On 7th July 2015, HMS St Albans sailed down the Thames and passed through the lock into West India Dock where she remained for a week adjacent to Thames Quay below Canary Wharf.
Court Assistant Lesley Wilson talks to Marketing Week about Marketors’ Harvard Business School Bursary
Court Assistant Lesley Wilson is embarking on an eight-week leadership and business course at Harvard Business School, sponsored by a bursary from The Worshipful Company of Marketors
Andrew Marsden Master of the Company has shared his views on brand building and how to increase your brand ambassadors to the Global Marketing Alliance.
Political marketing is very different from business marketing and most MP’s, party leaders and their political advisers are not all that good at it. Plus they need to learn a lot more about social media.
Just nine days after the 200th anniversary of The Battle of Waterloo 20 Marketors and their guests met outside Bank Station – under Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey’s statue of the Duke of Wellington astride his famous
What an amazing evening we had at Inner Temple on Wednesday, 13th May. It almost felt like summer as we sipped Lanson champagne on the Pegasus Terrace in the evening light at the heart of legal London.
This year the Company marked its 40th Anniversary with a celebratory lunch at Stationer’s Hall in the City of London.
This new bursary, sponsored by Court Assistant Emeritus Professor Martyn Davis and administered through the Marketors’ Trust, aims to provide a life-changing opportunity for a Liveryman of the Company to attend the presti
Lord Heseltine, Haymarket Media Group chairman, has been appointed as an honorary liveryman of The Worshipful Company of Marketors, only the seventh in its 40-year history.