The Chartered Institute of Marketing


The Chartered Institute of Marketing

With a wealth of training experience, Debbie Clewes not only runs a large number of training courses for CIM but is also the Lead Course Director on the Level 6 Diploma for Strategic Marketing and a tutor on the Level 7 Post Graduate qualification and the Level 7 Marketing Leadership Programme with CIM Academy.

Debbie graduated from Nottingham University with a first in Business Management, she went on to complete her Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing and Master of Philosophy in marketing which focused on service quality. As a Training Director, Debbie runs one-day workshops on Marketing Planning, Brand Management and New Product Development. She has worked with various organisations including Rolls Royce, John Lewis, McCain, Sony Ericsson, British Heart Foundation and Rackspace. Alongside her work with CIM, Debbie is senior lecturer at Northampton University where she runs both the Undergraduate and Post Graduate qualifications.

As a CIM Course Director, Debbie runs a number of open training courses and tailored in-company training and consultancy projects include Marketing Planning & Strategy, Driving Innovation, Brand Management, Corporate Reputations and Marketing Communications. She has been a Senior Examiner for CIM for a number of years.

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