This site is designed and developed by Neil P. Anderson - a senior-level professional based within the West Midlands.
He has a wealth of knowledge and insights gained from a career that has included roles and projects within the private, not-for-profit, voluntary and publicly-funded sectors.
An experienced and passionate professional, Neil has worked developed audiences, created engagement strategies and delivered growth and impacts across FMCG, Consumer Goods, Leisure, Tourism, Diversity and Education.
Neil is able to provide assistance with:
- Business Development
- Campaign Planning
- Project Management
- Strategic Visioning
- Marketing & Communications
- Public Relations
- Arts & Cultural Programming
- Events Development
- Customer Mapping
This site is developed, maintained and operated by Neil Anderson.
With nearly 20 years professional experience, the following words have been used to describe him throughout his career so far:
Marketing, Communications, Events Development, Engagement, Commissioning, Campaign Planning, Digital, Advertising, Branding, Audience Development, Cultural Programming, Account Management, Funding, Income Generation, Sales, New Product Development, Commercial Operations, Organisational Development, People Management, Coach, Mentor, Strategic Visioning, Trustee, Board Member.
Neil has worked for Cadbury plc, Cadbury World, The Public and he is currently Director of Marketing, Communications and Events at Millennium Point. In addition to this, he has been a Trustee of Fircroft College of Higher Education and Full Potential Arts. He is Chair of Birmingham’s SHOUT Festival, the Midland LGBT Employee Network and is a supporter of traditionally disenfranchised or marginalised groups. (To find out more about Neil’s work click here).
Neil has a BA (Hons) in Media and Cultural Studies with Spanish Studies, an MA in Mass Communications and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, the Chartered Institute of PR, the Arts Marketing Association, Birmingham Business Professional Services Leaders and the Birmingham Press Club.