DSW appoint new marketing specialist

The family owned organisation based near Doncaster, helps clients improve performance via a range of training solutions, designed and delivered by a team of in-house learning experts and a talent pool of over 850 accredited associates. 

DSW is the UK’s fastest growing End-Point Assessment Organisation, currently selected by over 1000 employers to assess employees undertaking a wide range of apprenticeship learning programmes. 

Stacey joins the company from full-service marketing agency Talk to Media Ltd, where she worked for seven years, heading up the content writing and social media arm of the business.

Stacey’s wealth of marketing experience, gained over the past 14 years, includes working within the education and apprenticeship sectors, as well as working with B2B employers and training providers.

Stacey said: “I’m extremely excited to have joined DSW - they are a very forward-thinking company that works with employers and training providers both nationally and internationally; helping people across all generations to acquire new skills and knowledge to improve performance. 

“The team has made me feel incredibly welcome in this uncertain climate, and I’m very much looking forward to connecting with our current clients as well as propelling DSW into new markets.”

Patrick Doran, DSW Managing Director said: “We’re thrilled that Stacey has joined DSW and convinced that her expertise will be invaluable in helping us to achieve our ambitious growth plans. She is a great marketing talent bristling with infectious enthusiasm and her approach aligns to our values of being innovative, incisive, and inspiring, whilst acting with integrity at all times. 

“Stacey will take the lead in connecting with our clients, associates and partners, helping to develop new relationships and strengthen existing ones. I wish her a long, happy and successful career with the DSW family.”

For more information about DSW and its services, visit the website or follow the Company’s social media platforms on LinkedIn and Twitter.

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