One of our Liverymen, the Rt Hon Dame Cheryl Gillan MP, PC, is the longest serving Conservative woman MP and recently she has found herself at the heart of current British politics in her role as Acting Co-Chair of the Party&rs
The Marketors Outreach Programme has been asked to provide marketing support to Inside Justice. The Marketors tasked with this project are Edward Fulbrook and Sunila Lobo.
A view by Professor Malcolm McDonald
In June, Liveryman and Professor Malcolm McDonald addressed Aston University as the keynote presenter to give a brief review of the past 60 years of marketing.
To showcase the calibre of Worshipful Company of Marketors members, this ‘Getting to Know’ series is a monthly interview exploring the careers of our members, asking them about their careers, why they joined the
This is a review of recent talks in the Museum’s 2019 professional development programme, which is being supported by The Marketors’ Trust.
Case Study: The Worshipful Company of Marketors’ Mentors help students scoop University of Greenwich’s Enterprise Challenge prizes
The Worshipful Company of Marketors’ Mentors helped students scoop two of the 5 available prizes at the University of Greenwich’s Enterprise Challenge Finals Day in late March.
This very entertaining event was held in NZ House' penthouse which has an outstanding view of London; some attendees were on the balcony outside taking pictures and admiring views of London's landmarks like The Shard an
To showcase the calibre of Worshipful Company of Marketors members, Middle Warden John Farrell kicks off the ‘Getting to Know’ series.
Every year The Marketors’ Trust gives the incoming Master an allowance to donate to the charity or charities of his or her choice.
On a summer's day in 1905, twenty three amateur and professional magicians gathered together at London's Pinoli's Restaurant with the intention of forming a magic club.