We welcome three new faces at Carousel Marketing agency in Birmingham

Birmingham marketing agency, Carousel Marketing, has recently welcomed three new members to its team of marketers.

Maria Teresa Salerno, (known as Mary), comes from Turin in Northern Italy with a master’s degree in marketing, having studied at Roma Tre University in Rome. Mary has moved to Britain to pursue her career in marketing and is already bringing her strong organisational skills and a fresh eyes approach to her new role as Project Manager at Carousel.

Mary is currently involved in the management of trade promotions and employee incentive programmes on behalf of Carousel’s clients Worcester, Bosch Group and Robert Bosch Group respectively. Her thirst for knowledge will see her becoming increasingly involved in developing and implementing marketing strategies on behalf of a range of clients.

Sammy Graves comes from Middlesbrough with an honours degree in Economics and Marketing. She has a strong passion for market research and, as Project Manager, is currently handling all the day-to-day aspects of running Worcester Bosch’s ongoing customer satisfaction programme.

Sammy’s calm, analytical approach also lends itself well to the database build and management side of Carousel’s business, for which Sammy has recently completed co-ordinating the research of a bespoke database of breweries, microbreweries, pubcos and cider makers on behalf of Carousel’s technical services client, T&J Installations!

Martha Stokes, Carousel’s most recent addition to the team, comes from a family background in the Midlands commercial property industry. As Marketing Coordinator, Martha brings her energy and enthusiasm to a range of projects that she supports, from promotions handling to website maintenance and SEO, and database research.

As an independent marketing consultancy, run by directors Beverley Dunn and Mark McKeever who founded the company nearly 20 years ago, it is keen to promote young talent.

“Being based in Birmingham, with all the amenities that it has to offer, certainly helps to attract and retain new and experienced, young people,” commented Beverley. “We have a strong culture of ‘growing our own’ and giving the members of our team every opportunity to develop their careers by taking increasing responsibility for the projects with which they are involved.”