Chris is the Director of Cal Partners and a Chartered Marketer. Having started his career as a Solicitor, Chris has valuable experience of professional services marketing and business development.
Newcastle based Agency appoints Marketing Executive, Alison O'Neill
The team at Newcastle based specialist marketing agency and business development consultancy for professional services, Cal Partners, has expanded with the appointment of Marketing Executive, Alison O’Neill.
Alison is a former Forensic Scientist who moved into professional services marketing over ten years ago and is a recent graduate of the Chartered Institute of Marketing’s Certificate in Professional and Digital Marketing.
Cal Partners, now in its third year, has gone from strength to strength. Founded by Chartered Marketer and former practising solicitor, Chris Lucarelli, Cal Partners agency specialises in delivering marketing, digital marketing, social media and business development solutions to professional services firms.
Alison, who also manages marketing for forensic science consultancy, Keith Borer Consultants, joins the Cal Partners team alongside Chris and Marketing Manager, Rachel Wright. She said: “I am proud to join Cal Partners and it’s unique offering. It is an exciting time to join the agency given their growth ambitions and expanding client base.”
Chris, Director at Cal Partners, said: “Alison has the experience and expertise to enhance our specialist offering to professional services firms. We are delighted that Alison has joined our team and at an ideal time in line with continued growth and the recent launch of our new website and developed brand.
“We work with a range of professional services organisations in the North East and further afield, including London and Edinburgh. With the team gaining experience at some of the leading firms in the North East, our clients have access to what will be between us thirty years of professional services marketing expertise in a competitive, fast-moving and increasingly digitally focused arena.”