When I was looking for a new role, I had very specific criteria around the kind of company I wanted to join.
I wanted a company where I worked primarily in the same location as my team, where I could continue to learn, where my expertise would be appreciated and, most importantly, where people across the business really believed in the value of marketing.
Having worked in B2B marketing for a decade now — and having been a HubSpot user for at least half of that time — there’s no way I was going to pass up the opportunity with BabelQuest. As the in-house marketing manager, I’d be able to see the value I was adding every day. I’d be working with people who I could learn from. And I wouldn’t have to explain marketing to them!
What’s the role?
In a nutshell, it’s my job to bring together the expertise of everyone at BabelQuest and use that to create a plan which cements our position as HubSpot thought leaders.
To achieve that, I’ll be making sure that our message is heard by the right people. So if you’re looking for a scalable way to grow your business and you’re considering HubSpot, or you’re already on HubSpot but need help getting the most from it, listen out!
What am I looking forward to?
I’m really excited to market something that I understand! I have a lot of experience in being our target market, so I really get the challenges and frustrations our prospects are typically facing and I know how inbound marketing can help to solve them.
I’ll also get to learn, working with people who know their stuff AND with half a day of personal development time a week!
Hollie has come in and hit the ground running. She brings knowledge, expertise, fresh ideas, and it's a pleasure to have her around the office. I can't wait to see what she brings to BabelQuest's marketing in the near future. Tom
Outside of work, I like...
Food, cats, red wine, and terrible puns.
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