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David March joins Collaborative Creations


Collaborative Creations has welcomed experienced industry sales and business leader David March on board as Associate Director.


He brings over three decades of experience across manufacturers, rental production houses and big name brands in the world of technical entertainment to the Collaborative Creations team, along with a wealth of industry contacts and knowledge.


Collaborative Creations offers a range of plug-in services to events companies, which include business development and sales support, social media planning, website content, case studies, coaching and more. As the pandemic has forced many businesses to look at cutting costs, Collaborative Creations offers a cost-effective alternative to full-time marketing and business development professionals.


March will be working with Collaborative Creations to expand its roster of industry clients and will be responsible for further diversifying the range of services and expertise on offer.


Collaborative Creations Director Tom Wilkes commented: “We’ve known and respected David for a long time and we’re absolutely thrilled that he’s joining the Collaborative Creations team.


”Last year had a devastating impact on our industry, but we’re looking ahead to 2021 with a lot of positivity as we help our clients to grow their customer bases, establish strong new distribution networks and streamline their internal processes. Strong business development support for our clients is more vital than ever as the industry begins the process of rebuilding, and David will be a hugely valuable part of that.


March added: “I’ve been very impressed with the energy, enthusiasm and expertise of the Collaborative Creations team. The ethos of the business – bringing together a highly experienced team to work collaboratively on behalf of a client – is one that I think will pay dividends as it continues to grow, particularly during these changing times for our industry.”

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