As an Account Director at dnx, I work as a client’s right hand man to help them create and realise their strategies. My blogs are about Lead Generation and how you can manipulate the sales funnel to your advantage. With so much data at the marketer’s fingertips, our roles are becoming increasingly important to business growth. When I’m not working on lead waterfalls you’ll find me climbing rocks in this country and mountains in the alps in the summer and then skiing down them in winter.
I’m a technology marketer living and working in the UK. My clients span the globe, come in all shapes and sizes and look to dnx and I to help weave their way through the ever-changing landscape of business – as well as finding more leads and reaching a new set of senior audiences. But we just don’t want more leads, we want better quality, more engagement, greater advocacy and a way to measure it all. All in a day’s work for the 2013 marketer! And the sort of thing I’m thinking about when I’m whacking a tennis ball across a court.
I am the Senior Art Director at dnx, my role involves concept creation and ensuring all our work looks beautiful. My blogs will be about the importance and theory behind successful awareness. When I am not being a arty type I am most often found training for overly adventurous endurance events, playing hockey or watching Dave.Twitter: andrewosullivan
I'm Andy Jacobs, Head of User Experience at DNX, and I'd call myself a digital evangelist whose passion is for creating experiences that maximise business benefits. Favourite Quote: "Greater than the tread of mighty armies is an idea whose time has come" - Victor Hugo (I actually have this tattooed on my arm) When I'm not creating the little grey boxes that we're famous for in the UX department, I play golf (badly), play the guitar (even more badly) and have 3 daughters that keep me busy for what little leisure time I have left.
I have been a User centred designer for over 10 years, and I'm currently user experience designer here at DNX. I'm always looking for new concepts to drive a better experience and my role requires me to deliver on this, for users and clients alike. It's all about telling great stories and encouraging users to take part in them. My mission: to boldly go where business and user goals meet, create more meaningful experiences and make the web a better place. I love LEGO, Star Wars, cooking, skiing, photography & social media. I blog & tweet about #UX (and #StarWars, and #LEGO)Twitter: PtitBen
I'm an Account Director here at dnx, which involves guiding clients on strategy and effective execution of marketing campaigns. I blog about the importance of building a brand and how to effectively impact your business through dialogue with customers and influencers. I’m most passionate about being outdoors (preferably in wellies!), with the two and four legged members of our family!
An individual who wears many hats here at dnx, covering areas including data management, email marketing, CRM, analytics and insight. I blog about a wide range of topics including lead generation, awareness and social to share my views with readers on how to find the leads, getting under the skin and understanding a prospects decision process and ultimately turning leads into sales. I love blogging as I find it really helps me to collect my thoughts and find new sources when I am researching a subject.Twitter: InsightfulData
I am the development team leader at dnx, my role involves managing the development team across a wide range of digital projects, keeping abreast of technological advances and ensuring my team have the right tools to do their jobs. My blogs will be about the digitalisation of processes, showing how businesses can improve their profitability and exposure by embracing the digital environment. When I am not being a nerdy developer you will find me still trying to become a professional footballer, socialising or playing Barbies with my beautiful daughters.
I’m an Account Executive at dnx and one of the newer recruits. My role is to support the senior members of the team and manage my campaigns to ensure they are delivered to the highest standard. I blog about the importance of Social Media in B2B marketing and always try to discover and challenge new methods. In my spare time I like nothing better than winding down and engrossing myself in a good film or escaping outdoors to either fuel my passion for football or improve my golf swing!Twitter: DanielCullen293
Executive Creative Director at dnx. Passionate about creativity that changes perceptions, creates new habits and ultimately answers the brief. Always looking to challenge the norm, the team and the client. Creativity should be exciting, engaging, interesting and relevant. In my spare time, I love consuming as much sport as possible in any shape and size, and at the weekends I can find myself dressed like a doll, wearing makeup and having my nails done (that's what happens when you have 2 girls under 12).
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I’m the Head of Insight and Optimisation, which is another way of saying I’m passionate/obsessive about search engines, Adwords, analytics, marketing automation, conversion rates and pretty much anything else to do with digital marketing. I’m also the self-proclaimed king of the agency’s foosball table.Twitter: gazzainternet
I've made a living as a writer for 20 years, and spent the last five plying my trade in advertising and marketing agencies. Before that, I worked client-side in a charity, a quango, for the legal regulator and a fund management firm. I love working for dnx in the beautiful Surrey Hills – it's true enough that if you really enjoy what you do, you'll never need to work again. Apart from coffee, cake and cycling, I get my kicks out of taking hard-to-understand copy and making it a pleasure to read. In these blog articles, I'll be writing about business decisions – how they're made and why sometimes they're not.Twitter: bigbagofblog
I'm a Senior Digital Designer at dnx, where I work on creating cutting edge interactive websites, apps, games and a whole host of other things. The web moves pretty fast, so it’s part of my role to keep on top of the freshest technologies and trends, and understand how these can be used to help our clients make the most of their digital marketing. I blog about creativity in B2B, and look at new and engaging ways to really bring digital content to life. I love boats and the ocean. I’m learning to sail, have dived all over the world, and secretly wish I was a diving instructor working somewhere tropical.Twitter: helmacca
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I work in account management at dnx, specialising in all things social. I working with clients to manage and execute campaigns in the constantly morphing social space. For some unknown reason all I’ve ever dreamt of is a table tennis table in my bathroom. Imagine the possibilities.
I’m a Senior Account Manager here at dnx, where I look after the Global Channel Marketing for SAP and Autodesk. I am writing about the Channel to emphasise the importance of the relationship between vendors and resellers, and the benefits from creating an ecosystem that drives a business. I like to think I can play the guitar, but haven’t yet reached ‘Rock Star’ status and even though I live in Fulham I’ve sworn to never wear red trousers.
Jo is responsible for marketing DNX to prospective new clients, and raising the agency's profile within the industry via fostering great relationships with key press and industry bodies.
I am an Account Director here at dnx which involves working on social media strategies from planning through to execution, strategy and measurement. I deliver training and social media programs on an EMEA, APJ and global level. Therefore, I am going to blog about social media, since that is what I do and how important it is to capture your audience with the right content, on the right platform, at the right time. When I am not tweeting, facebooking, blogging or instagramming you can catch me lifting weights, looking after my brand new nephew or reading about the Beckhams! Feel free to follow me on twitter @katiecolbourneTwitter: katiecolbourne
A designer doing designery stuff. Adobe expert, petrol head, malleable father. Mac'd up since '86. Head of Design at dnx.
Professional statement: There’s nothing more powerful than a great idea and nothing more exciting than having one. Personal statement: Who’s turn is it to put the kettle on?
Having made the move from client side with ‘Big Blue’ where the focus was on leads, to becoming an Account Director at dnx where we pride ourselves on great creative, you will find my blogs taking learning’s from both walks of life as I look at why the best campaigns get the balance of the two (lead gen versus creative) just right. I love all things technology (although not quite as much as I love Southport Football Club!) and thrive in working with clients to deliver great campaigns that make a difference to them, and their bottom line.Twitter: michelleurwin
I’m a Senior Account Manager here at DNX. I’m interested in jargon-free marketing and business talk please, if I can’t understand the words you are using then I doubt you know what you are talking about either. Outside of marketing you can find me at a gig, wondering around a museum or at London zoo.
I work as an Online Marketing Manager at dnx, creating in-depth reports and analysis to discover how each campaign is performing. I am also responsible for the SEO and Google Adwords campaigns, so the world of search always interests me. My blogs mainly revolve around the importance of data and how data is needed to shape, not only future marketing activities, but also overall business strategies. Outside of marketing I enjoy playing sport, watching football and (trying to) learn Italian.
As one of the dnx B2B Account Directors, my role is as varied as it is challenging. As well as leading a team of top notch account handlers, I study my clients’ businesses and industries and work with them to create strategies and tactics that make a positive difference to their revenues and margins. Forging strong relationships, researching the latest trends and insights and proposing new ideas are what make me tick. It’s my job to create the kind of briefs that produce dnx’s award winning campaigns. In my spare time you’ll find me baking with my beautiful daughters, out on the golf course or enjoying a pint of Shere Drop.Twitter: RichWoof
I’m Creative Director at dnx, leading the copy and conceptual output of the agency. With me, it’s all about the ideas. Simple, engaging, clever, funny, I’m not fussed, as long as they’re expressed in everyday language my mum could understand. Unfortunately, many in the B2B world think it’s clever to use impenetrable jargon and buzzwords and phrases like “vendor-agnostic process facilitation”, but I’m not convinced people buy from people they can’t understand. When I’m not slaying unnecessary syllables, I spend my time playing the piano (I’ve been Musical Director for a local pantomime for the last two years), getting mocked for listening to Radio 4 and wondering how my two daughters got to be teenagers so fast.
I am a Board Director at dnx. I am also responsible for one of our 5 busy account teams which includes two of the biggest award winning global client’s in the agency – SAP and Autodesk. I have a passion for all things B2B, particularly the area of channel marketing and its myriad of business implications that this complex route to market can throw at you! I also have a love for vinyl, pretty much most sports and a good old fashion knees up down the local pub (although the recovery period isn’t what it used to be!!)
I'm a Senior Account Director here at DNX
As someone who is verging on obsessive when it comes to order it stands to reason that I find the science behind the marketing exciting. Being able to make decisions based on reason instead of reasonable doubt is having enormous ramifications on the business of marketing. A Director at dnx, I focus on developing marketing strategies using data insight. My blogs will be exploring the concept that the power is shifting to marketing as they hold the data which holds the key to business growth. It’s just about knowing how to use it! At the weekends you will find me reorganising my bookshelf by genre...Twitter: teresarichards