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Mollie Derrick

Lead Project Manager
Mollie Derrick, Lead Project Manager, 4MAT
Mollie Derrick
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Since joining 4MAT in October 2014, Mollie has become a longstanding member of the Project Management Team. She started her 4MAT journey as an Account Executive, delivering first line support for clients, and since then has delivered some of our largest website projects as a Project Manager for the likes of Harrods, Fircroft and Harvey Nash.

In the last few years she has had the opportunity to work on a variety of responsive website builds, branding projects, microsites, technical API integrations and video production. In addition, she been the sole project manager across our largest marketing retainer services, scoping, delivering and presenting bespoke website features as part of a CRO service to improve website performance.

Mollie is now our Lead Project Manager supporting the project management team and managing the training and development of our Account Executives. Mollie’s retail background means she has a passion for delivering brilliant customer service, which is a primary focus for her in any project she delivers. 

At the weekends Mollie enjoys finding new places to explore in Kent. She loves a good shopping trip, going to the theatre and getting into a good TV series (the most recent TV obsession being Nashville).

Likes

White Chocolate, Musicals, Sherry

Dislikes

Fennel

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