Clare Warwick and Sophie Hockridge selected as IPM 30 under 30 finalists
Posted by faye.stammers | 13 December
Two of TLC Marketing’s ‘emerging talents’ have been welcomed to join the prestigious Institute of Promotional Marketing (IPM) 30 under 30 programme, which recognises up and coming talent in the industry.
Account Manager, Clare Warwick, and Strategy Support Manager, Sophie Hockridge, will now have the chance to take part in a range of activities that are said to “enhance their capabilities” as well as equip them with new skills and knowledge that can be shared with the company and colleagues. They were both officially welcomed yesterday, 14th of December 2017, at The Arch in Marble Arch along with the other 28 candidates.
John Pearson, Managing Director of TLC Marketing, said “For the second year running, our TLC rising stars have been selected to be part of this prestigious scheme which recognises the future pool of talent in the promotional marketing industry. We can’t wait to hear what Clare and Sophie learn on their 30 under 30 journey.”
Carey Trevill, Managing Director of the IPM, said, "We believe the cohort will be the ones to watch, shaping the future of marketing from a range of brand, agency and service agency backgrounds."
Last year, three members of staff from TLC Marketing were chosen to be finalists. Emma Lloyd, PR and Marketing Manager, Georgie Whitmore, Senior Account Manager and Dave Hughes, Art Director, have all been on hand to offer their successors some much-appreciated advice.
Whilst the IPM welcomes candidates from any role, entrants must be working for an IPM Member company and be 30 before the closing date of entry, which was the 24th of October 2017.