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Georgia Connor - Marketing & Social Media Administrator / Executive Assistant to Senior Partner


Georgia graduated from University College Birmingham in 2015 with a First in Events Management, which is how she discovered her passion for marketing, predominantly through the use of social media.

Having left the university years of writing assignments and presentations behind, Georgia is now embracing the working world and is eager to use her experience of marketing, event networking and organisation skills within the consultancy industry. Georgia has spent a number of years building her marketing portfolio and expanding her skillset through an array of jobs as well as volunteer work. Georgia has also recently completed her Level 4 Certificate in Professional Marketing through the professional CIM marketing body. 

Georgia has made a huge impact upon joining Aspire in the areas of marketing and social media through increasing Aspire’s social media presence and followers, redesigning and increasing the readership of our monthly newsletter ‘What the Bird Tweeted’ and planning numerous successful seminars.

Georgia is certainly the girly girl in the office with a long sustained love for shopping and buying endless amounts of clothes. When she is not in the office posting LinkedIn posts or tweeting for Aspire, Georgia can be found online shopping for clothes to wear on the weekend – unfortunately this is never done in secret as she arranges for the packages to be sent to the Aspire office!

 

What the bird tweeted

News and Blogs

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11.08.17 GDPR – New UK Data Protection Laws on the Horizon

The consultation ‘GDPR Call for Views’ closed back in April. The Department for ...

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11.08.17 Voluntary overtime to be included in holiday pay calculation

Regular voluntary overtime beyond employees contracted hours will now have to be ...

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10.08.2017 Tribunal Fees – Presidential Case Management Order

The Presidents of the Employment Tribunals in England and Scotland have issued a ...

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