Company includes broadcast PR into marketing strategy for the first time – as a result they got an extra £1 billion/$1.3 billion of AUA in just 9 months

    by | Feb 11, 2020

    This week I am talking to Michelle McGrade. Michelle was instrumental in helping her company increase its revenue by £1 BILLION/$1.3 BILLION US dollars in about 9 months, as she was the face of the company, the main media spokesperson, and then being part of the director team getting it through a successful M&A. Michelle is a top finance expert in the UK who is now a NED for M&G Investments and Sainsbury’s Pension Board and also some start-up businesses. Prior to this Michelle was the Chief Investment Officer for Virgin Money.

    You can contact Michelle either via LinkedIn or follow her on Twitter @MichelleMcGrade

    You can contact me, Kerry Hopkins, via email at ku.oc.ydaeRtsacdaorBnull@trepxE and my website Broadcast Ready PR is where you can see the types of corporations, CEO’s and celebrities I have worked with. You can follow me on my brand new Twitter profile after my last one was deleted accidentally, at @KerryHopkinsTV

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