Farewell and good luck to our Marketing Executive
The time has come for Ventro to say goodbye to their Marketing Executive Rebecca Price, who is leaving us at Ventro to start a new chapter across the border over in Cornwall as Marketing Executive for Cornish Orchards.
Last January Beccy joined the Ventro team as Marketing Executive. Since then, the company has grown in terms of scale and success. Starting off with around ten members of the team, to over twenty-five. This has resulted in a head office relocation which Beccy has been able to be a part of.
As Marketing Executive, Beccy has been completely self-led and has really helped bring the Ventro brand to the forefront of the passive fire industry. Using her several years of experience in the marketing industry and with the help of her bachelor’s degree in Advertising, Beccy has been able to help Ventro enhance their online presence and brand awareness.
Throughout the year Beccy has used her unique design skills and creative eye to launch a complete Ventro rebrand, she has helped design a new website which is in its third stage of redevelopment, she developed the company’s social media strategy, organised a press launch with local Plymouth MP Johnny Mercer, helped Ventro win and get shortlisted for business awards, bought Priority Pixels onboard to manage the SEO and Google ads, as well as supporting the sales and contracts teams with merchandise, branding, and events.
Beccy has been involved in the branding of the new Ventro headquarters in Plymouth. Working closely with Signs Express, Beccy designed new window graphics for the boardroom and entrance doors, designed four newly branded vehicles and has come up with a fantastic illuminated monolith sign which has pride of place outside the office building. Beccy has also worked with Protective Wear Supplies to re-develop and re-launch the Ventro office and workwear to match their new branding.
Working for Cornish Orchards in Duloe
Cornish Orchards is a cider and juice drinks company based in Duloe which is located on the outskirts of Looe in Cornwall. Beccy’s new role will involve working with the marketing team to promote the brand at music festivals and food and drinks events around the UK, so this is a very exciting time for Beccy.
It has always been a dream of Beccy since graduating from University to work for a food and drinks brand. This opportunity is one that does not come up often and is one which she has fully grasped with both hands.
We will be very sad to lose Beccy, but we wish her all the very best in her new and exciting role.