The School of Marketing has a collection of world leading industry practitioners and renowned academics who contribute to our mission.

We exist to inspire a passion for marketing and create extraordinary marketers, enabling them to thrive through all stages of their careers. Fuelled by the fact that less and less young people are considering a career in marketing, we are on a mission to inspire the younger generation to become our future marketing leaders. Furthermore, with the speed of change and the need for individuals to constantly up-skill themselves that has led to a significant skills gap in marketing, which we are on a mission to solve.

Crafted by industry leading experts, School of Marketing is here to inspire, educate and upskill marketers of all ages, and enrich the learning experience. Our affordable, innovative, personalized, any time, anywhere approach is the first of it’s kind, reflecting the way consumers actually want to consume information.

Who is involved?

Advisory Board:

Our Advisory Board guides and advises us on the latest trends and what is most important to learners.

Ritchie Mehta

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Mark Evans

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Paul Polman

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Michele Oliver

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Rory Sutherland

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Nishma Robb

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Magnus Djaba

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Professor Bryon Sharp

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Founding 50:

These are 50 of the most talented marketers who have dedicated time to help inspire and inform young people into our industry.

Vaibhav Verma

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Tessa Pillar

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Tyler Lawrence

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Tanya Jumabhoy

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Tony Waygood

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Shanice Remy

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Tom Holmes

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Shainaz Stewart

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Contributors of Thought Leadership:

These are leading subject matter experts who provide cutting-edge and leading knowledge to maximise learner impact.

John Makin-Shaw

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Piers Newson-Smith

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David Schulhof

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Roshni Chopra

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Louise McLaren

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Dave Collins

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Charles Head

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Keith Weed

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