Driving Demand with Purposeful
Marketing Strategies

by Sharon Spice

Green Park

What you'll discover
when watching Sharon's story

Meet Sharon Spice

Meet Sharon Spice - Chief Marketing and Value Officer @ Green Park

Sharon Spice is the Chief Marketing and Value Officer (CMO) at Green Park, an award-winning consultancy that offers Executive Search, Interim Management, Board Advisory, Diversity & Inclusion, and Managed Service People Solutions across the private, public, and third sectors.

With over 25 years of experience as a global business and marketing executive, Sharon has a proven ability to support organizations of all sizes in achieving their business goals. 

She holds a Master’s degree and boasts a diverse track record across various sectors, from professional services to telematics.
Some of the notable brands that Sharon worked for include the ICAEW, Access Accountancy, and Dawsongroup plc.

Driven by a desire to transform how organizations recognize talent and potential, Sharon actively champions initiatives that open doors for everyone.

She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing and a full member of the Institute of Directors, reflecting her commitment to excellence and continuous learning.

Check out Sharon Spice's thoughts on content marketing

When it comes to creating engagement using marketing, Sharon shares:

"This is at the epicentre of marketing. There is no cookie cutter way to create engagement, it is trial and error. Great marketers fail a lot. We A/B test even the greatest campaign because it can be the smallest thing that drives that extra 1%."

She also shares about how to keep your brand fresh over time:

"Be relevant to the consumer at all times. If you understand what the consumer needs you'll always appear fresh. When you communicate a message that is targeted and relevant you'll get an engaged consumer that identifies with your brand."

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