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Master Sue Garland Worthington OBE Welcome “It’s an enormous honour to be elected Master of the Marketors Company for 2017. My theme for the year is "Great Britain - Great Brand", chosen to reflect not only my background in tourism marketing, but also the values which form the framework for this

By |February 23rd, 2016|Fellowship & Livery|

Welcome to new Freemen

Welcome to the new Freemen of the Worshipful Company of Marketors who took their oaths on 21st January in a ceremony at Stationers' Hall. Philip Allen, Murray Chick, Jay Chinnadorai, Alexander Conabeare, Judith D'Albertson, Christine Hodder, Greig Holbrook, Joyce Kwong, Lucinda Muschialli and Graham Storey are pictured with the Master.

By |January 31st, 2016|Fellowship & Livery, News|

New Liverymen 21st January 2016

Congratulations to new Liverymen who were clothed by the Master in a ceremony at Stationers' Hall. In the picture are (left to right) Liveryman Prof. John Egan, Liveryman Darren Mawhinney, Liveryman Federica Sacchi, David Pearson (Master), Liveryman Diana Tombs, Liverman Darren Bayley

By |January 31st, 2016|Fellowship & Livery, News|

The Lord Mayor’s Show 2015

The new Lord Mayor, Lord Mountevans of Chelsea, led the 800th anniversary of the Lord Mayor’s Show. This year being the 800th anniversary meant that there were no less than 155 floats and 7,000 personnel.

By |November 25th, 2015|Events, Fellowship & Livery, News|

Marketors walk the skies over London

Our visit to the Sky Garden on September 3rd was certainly a Fellowship Walk with a difference – it was on a weekday evening, relatively unstructured and accompanied by live music. From north, south, east and west almost 45 members and their guests gathered in one of London’s newest public spaces on the 35th floor atop the Walkie Talkie building (aka 20 Fenchurch Street).

By |September 16th, 2015|Events, Fellowship & Livery, News|

Marketing Scholarship Award from Mais Bursary opening for applications

In our busy lives as marketors we may personally find it challenging to make time to undertake professional development through a research project or satisfy a restless curiosity in the focussed study of some aspect of marketing that is of direct personal interest. It is not only time resource that prohibits making the first step but the need to allocate funds to cover costs.

By |August 27th, 2015|Awards, Fellowship & Livery, Marketor's Trust, News|

New Liverymen 28th July 2015

Congratulations to new Liverymen who were clothed by the Master in a ceremony at Mansion House. In the picture are (left to right) Liveryman Henry Chung, Sue Worthington Garland (Middle Warden), David Pearson (Senior Warden), Liveryman Karina Dostalova, Andrew Marsden (Master), Liveryman Kate Holden, Liveryman Glyn Cartwright, Liverman Carole Seawert, Richard Christou (Junior Warden)

By |August 15th, 2015|Fellowship & Livery, News|

FELLOWSHIP WALK: The Iron and Bronze Duke

Just nine days after the 200th anniversary of The Battle of Waterloo 20 Marketors and their guests met outside Bank Station - under Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey’s statue of the Duke of Wellington astride his famous warhorse, Copenhagan. This was the start of the first Fellowship Walk of the year where we were to discover

By |July 2nd, 2015|Fellowship & Livery, News|

Fellowship Walk #1 Holborn to Smithfield

On a sunny Saturday morning Marketors and their guests met outside Holborn tube where our intrepid guide Sue was waiting to take us exploring through Lincoln's Inn Fields. And yes they were fields in days gone bye. Striding across Holborn to Waterhouse Square we came across the only statue (well, bust actually) of Charles Dickens

By |April 13th, 2014|Events, Fellowship & Livery|
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