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Warren Davidson

Head of Digital Marketing
Warren Davidson, Head of Digital Marketing, 4MAT
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Warren started recruitment marketing at Martin Ward Anderson (now Randstad Financial & Professional) where he enjoyed his first experience with 4MAT as a customer. The relationship continued when Warren was appointed Group Marketing Manager at Reed Health Group, where he was part of the marketing team that delivered the rebranding of the Locum Group – involving the launching of a new consolidated web presence into the UK and Australia.

After nine years in recruitment, Warren broadened his communication skills working for a full service marketing and creative agency as Head of Client Services and Media Buying in Ireland. He spent six years working with brands such as Bupa Ireland (now Laya Healthcare), Ford, Corona, Unilever Food Solutions, O2 Media, Morgan McKinley and Aer Lingus. Warren recently returned to the UK to join 4MAT as Head of Marketing Services.

To talk with Warren about the bespoke marketing solutions that 4MAT provide, you can email him or ring us on 0207 247 9494.

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Husband, Father, Chelsea FC (and Oxford United when not glory hunting) and surfing. Branding as a business planning tool, social media, digital marketing and media.

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Mushrooms

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