Stephanie joined Inside the Box Marketing in October 2016 having worked at a number of high-profile industry companies during her career including Laird Group, Avocet Hardware, Grestch Unitas, Distinction Doors and Quick-slide.
Her career started back in the mid-nineties, where she worked as a marketing assistant for gasket and hardware manufacturer Feneseal, whilst studying part-time for her Chartered Institute of Marketing Diploma.
Following this she spent a short-time outside the industry working for several manufacturing companies helping her gain further knowledge of New Product Development (NPD), strategic marketing and developing a wide-ranging understanding of the various routes to market.
She went on to support employers by assisting in the development and implementation of strategic marketing campaigns for new and existing products using the full range of promotional tools.
Immediately prior to joining Inside The Box Marketing she added to her experience and skills working as editor to three industry related trade magazines.
With such a strong, industry background, Stephanie relates easily to client’s requirements and is able to offer good, sound and competent advice on the type of marketing communications needed, and provides the perfect support to help clients grow their business.
Hobbies & Interests
Stephanie has owned a designer dress agency since 2014. Based in Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire being involved in the town has given her the opportunity to be part of the local Chamber of Trade and Commerce, where she is the organisation’s secretary.
Through her experience in marketing she helps provide support – organising events, members meetings, liaising with local councils and promoting the efforts of the organisation through social media and marketing communications.
Through her efforts working with the Chamber she has also had the opportunity to promote and create awareness of Dementia – becoming a Dementia Friend, supporting the efforts of the charity and raising awareness of the illness by organising regular training sessions and working with traders from the town to create a Dementia Friendly High Street – a high profiled initiate implemented by the Alzheimer’s Society.
Stephanie hopes to also promote the efforts being made by the charity to the window and door industry, and gain support from installers, fabricators, surveyors and any other organisation who have communication with the public to make them aware of signs of dementia when they are in people’s homes.