Our company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result almost all of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service and value possible.
STAFF AND CONSULTANTS
Professor Jeff French: Is the CEO of Social Marketing and is a thought leader and consultant with many years experience working on behaviour change, social programme strategy, programme planning and evaluation and public policy. Jeff hasover thirty years experience of working in the public, NGO, academic and the for-profit sector on the design delivery and evluation of effective and efficient social programmes.
Susan has a wealth of knowledge gained
from working in the financial services industry before moving into the
development sector. Susan’s experience has been gained working in South, East
and West Africa. Susan experience includes; finance, advertising, media
planning, buying and monitoring. Susan also specialises in experiential
marketing, PR, program research, evaluation and Social Marketing. In Ghana,
Susan managed a Global Fund malaria voucher scheme project & a DFID net
retreatment projects before joining local NGO ESM. At ESM Susan was
involved with USAID funded family planning, nutrition and water purification
projects. Most recently Susan has been assisting with the expansion and
developing the Social Marketing division of Exp.
Dr Peter Duncan
Peter is Director of P and J Duncan Ltd, which offers research and
consultancy services in the fields of health promotion and public health. He is
also Visiting Senior Research Fellow at King's College London. He has over
thirty years of experience in the areas of health care, health promotion and
public health. His expertise lies in the fields of qualitative research, policy
analysis, and training. He is particularly interested in ethics and
professional development in public health and health promotion and has authored
or co- authored three books and many journal articles on these and related
Professor Lee Adams
Lee is a very experienced
senior public service professional with a career spanning 40 years -in education, the
NHS and local government. Lee also has experience of non executive work in the
voluntary sector, as well as academic experience and publications. Lee has been
a senior manager for much of her career, including being CEO of a large
District Council and Deputy CEO of Sheffield City Council, A Director of Public
Health in Leeds, along with many years as a senior management in the NHS undertaking
commissioning .Lees skills include- change management-she has led very
successful improvement agendas in three councils; cultural and organisation
development; policy development and analysis and community development. Lee has
a strong commitment to and track record
in equalities, community involvement, partnership and leadership development.
Dr Marco Bardus
Marco is a researcher
in health communication with experience in behaviour change interventions. With
a background in public relations and journalism he is interested in translating
research findings into recommendations and policy applications. He has also
served as teaching assistant for the master’s level Social Marketing Course at the Università della Svizzera italiana
(University of Lugano). He is also involved in the Communication task group of
the European Social Marketing Association (ESMA).
Harjit Kooner MBA
Senior Consultant. Over ten years’ experience working in
public/private sectors & blue chip pharmaceutical organisations. Extensive
experience at senior level, delivering programs, project management, achieving
measurable and sustainable results on time and within budget. Areas of
expertise Behaviour Change, Sales and Marketing, Business Development, Process
Redesign, Stakeholder Management, Research and Insight Development. Areas of
Interests include Pharmaceutical Industry, Food Industry, Health Inequalities
Anne Willis: Office Manager and Researcher. Expertise in child development and early years and education sector. Former LEA Early Years Adviser. Twenty five years experience in the Education sector and the for-profit sector.
is a senior strategic social marketing planner with strong insight skills with
over twenty years’ experience in the field. Sector experience includes
Smoking Cessation / Shisha / NHS Health Checks / Primary Care Provision
& Motivations / Occupational Health Presenteeism and Absenteeism / Oral
Hygiene / Physical Activity / Organisational Wellness / Energy Consumption /
Green Travel. Kevin has worked extensively in both the commercial and not for
Tonihas many years
experience working in the public and voluntary sector as a fundraiser and
marketer. She has a track record of raising income and awareness for a
variety of causes including conservation, health, education, performing arts
and international development. Member of the Institute of Fundraising.
Sarah Cork: Senior Social Marketing Consultant, mentor and trainer with special interest in positive health, social and
environmental behaviour of children, young people and their families. Twenty expertise in collaborative working, bringing the public, private and
community sectors together to tackle behavioural challenges with maximum impact
and minimum spend.
Professor GrahamLister: is
a sociologist and economist working on aspects of behaviour change for
the Department of Health, the EU and the World Health Organisation. He has
worked and lectured in some 50 countries and enjoys an international reputation
for health policy and leadership projects.
George Perlov: is a social marketer with
interest and experience in health, safety, environmental and community
engagement issues. He has specific expertise in campaign research and planning,
developing communications campaigns, and evaluation. He provides technical
support and training to campaigners as well as capacity building for
organizations building social marketing and communications practices.
John French: Senior digital media and arts marketing adviser. Seven years experience of working in the public arts and heritage sector for charitable and not-for-profit organisations. Areas of special interest and experience include arts and heritage marketing, campaign planning and creative campaign generation, media buying, events management and publications. Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing.
Dr Sam Revill: Senior Consultant. Behaviour Change Strategy,
Insight, Health Improvement, and Programme Evaluation and Research. Areas of interest include: Health
inequalities, co-creating health and wellbeing. Experience: Twenty years
experience in the public, private, academic and third sector.
Allison Thorpe: Senior Public Health Researcher and public health specialist. Twenty years experience in the public health and academic fields including international assignments. Extensive experience in editorial support, publications and writing in the fields of health, environment policy, evaluation and science.
Dr Thomas French: Head of International Advice and digital marketing
consultant. Areas of interest include defence and security studies and international relations. Eight years experience in the academic and for profit sector.
Avis Johns: key
interests and experience lie in alcohol, drugs (particularly work on policy
and engagement for the Global Commission on Drugs Policy) and young people's
sexual health/pregnancy (with a range of national organisations). Avis is also a
preferred supplier to the NUS - supporting them and Students Unions in the UK with consumer engagement, communication, brand and alcohol practice.
Adam Crosier and Dom McVey
Social researchers with an interest in
the use of social marketing for public health and tackling social inequalities
in health. Extensive experience in using research to inform public health
interventions. Quantitative and qualitative research experts, and strongly
support the notion that evaluations of social marketing interventions should
incorporate research designs that are capable of determining whether an
intervention was effective. Have worked with a wide range of agencies including
the Department of Health, the NHS, NICE and public health advocacy NGOs.
Mrs Kaori French: Head
of Translation Services and Japanese representative of Strategic Social Marketing. Eight years experience in translation services, mining and new technology.
Stocks: Senior Consultant. Areas of expertise includes social marketing, market research and analysis, PR and events management, business development and turn round, stakeholder and partnership management.Specialist areas
including tobacco control, alcohol, sexual health, fuel poverty, fire
prevention and aspiration in children and young people and inequalities. Twenty years experience.
Andrew Willis Senior Editor, digital media, writer. Special areas of interest include the music industry and music journalism.
Jon Rowleson. Senior Consultant and Programme Manager. Twenty five year experience in project planning and management in the public, private and NGO sectors.