- Date 18 Sep 2017
Demonstrating the company’s commitment to developing the brand globally
Breakthrough innovator and product development firm Cambridge Consultants has announced that it has strengthened its Marketing and Communications team with new hire Neil Gazeley taking the position of Global Marketing Director.
With a Master’s degree in Strategic Marketing, Gazeley’s career has been focused on senior marketing and communications roles for companies such as Philips Electronics and General Electric. He also brings direct experience in Cambridge Consultants’ active markets, including industrial and energy, telecommunications, semiconductor, oil and gas and defence and security.
Gazeley commented on taking up the position; “Cambridge Consultants is a company I have long admired, for its reputation as an employer of choice and trusted design and development partner. I am thrilled to be joining such a talented, award-winning team.”
Chief Commercial Officer Richard Traherne said; “Cambridge Consultants is constantly looking to attract and develop the best talent to drive our business forward and we’re excited about the new skills that Neil brings to our team. The combination of Neil’s extensive marketing experience and industry knowledge, together with brand development skills, will lead us through the next phase of our evolution.”
In addition, Cambridge Consultants has also announced that Richard Leyland, previously Marketing Manager for its Wireless & Digital Services division has transitioned to the new role of Public Relations Manager and the company also welcomes Jeff Hall, who will lead marketing at Synapse, its US west coast operation focused on consumer product development. These changes support Cambridge Consultants’ commitment to growing its global brand and strengthening its corporate marketing and communications function.
Cambridge Consultants has enjoyed successful growth in recent years, trebling in size since 2012, extending its global footprint, establishing offices and major clients in Asia, expanding its Boston office and further increasing its US reach with the acquisition of Synapse. Cambridge Consultants has also added disruptive and emerging technology capabilities to its portfolio, such as Synthetic Biology, Robotics, Digital Services, AV/VR and Machine Learning. At the same time the company has won numerous international design awards; most recently the Queens Award for Enterprise and The Sunday Times “Top 100 best companies to work for”.