Stacey is currently on maternity leave. But fear not! We have a more than capable substitute in Jill Lloyd!
When Stacey is here, she manages all Outwrite’s internal processes and projects, as well as general day-to-day administration duties, allowing our PR and marketing executives to focus on delivering high-quality content.
Originally from Nottingham, Stacey will be your first point of contact when you get in touch.
She started her career in the textiles industry, working in admin and sales, before joining a national finance company. She worked her way up from secured loans administrator to assistant branch manager, winning various employee of the month awards along the way.
Stacey, who was also selected for a training programme to be part of a specialised unit within the complaint’s department, mentored budding managers in the company and also holds an Institute in Leadership Management (ILM) qualification.
During her seven years at the firm, she also sat on a panel to provide feedback on the department’s internal communications publication.
Stacey also has experience of social media marketing, spending a year using the likes of Facebook to promote a fitness and nutrition business. She also provided customer service and account management in the after-sales process.
In her spare time Stacey likes to attend music concerts, travel, and host dinner parties.
“Beresford Adams Commercial drafted in Outwrite to publicise our merger with North Wales property specialists Gareth Williams Commercial. We were very pleased with the approach taken and the results obtained.”
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