Welcoming Bill Mew, a CTC Convert

Compare the Cloud is delighted to announce the appointment of Bill Mew as Marketing and Communications Director.

Bill is a tech industry veteran and experienced corporate marketing and communications professional with over 20 years spent working in blue chip organisations mostly in pan-European and global communications roles

A former Weapons Engineering Officer in the Royal Navy and former PR consultant working for a range of technology firms from Apple, Compaq, Oracle, Cellnet and BT as well as working for PM John Major on his election campaign, Bill is a seasoned tech marketing pro with a particular focus on the evolution of marketing, PR, social media and influence in the Cloud era.

Bill is also a fifteen year IBM veteran who as Global Sector Communications Leader for IBM’s largest and most profitable sector the Financial Services Sector, was the first person based outside the USA ever to be given a global sector communications leadership role in IBM. Latterly Bill led social media as well as media, analyst and influencer relations for both IBM Global Business Partner and IBM Midmarket in Europe.

 A regular commentator on #Cloud, #SocialSelling and #InfluencerMarketing, as well as a dad with a passion for technology, economics, politics & Arsenal FC, you can follow Bill on twitter @BillMew.

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