EnerMech Promotes New Director of Marketing and Communications

ENERMECH has strengthened its management team with the promotion of Alison Hazell to the newly created position of Director of Marketing and Communications.

Based at the company’s headquarters in Aberdeen, Alison’s new role has been confirmed at a pivotal time for the company as it moves forward with its plan to ensure its sustainability and growth.

With the aim of accelerating the company’s growth in key markets as well as renewable energy, nuclear, infrastructure, defense and semiconductors, Alison will implement a new group-wide marketing plan. to support its current ambitions.

Alison Hazell new Director of Marketing and Communications at EnerMech. Image provided with permission.

Christian Brown, Managing Director of EnerMech, said, “We have a solid business plan in place and Alison’s strategic marketing guidance and flair has been key to this success, helping to shape the brand. EnerMech and expand our presence in new markets and locations around the world.

“Our support teams are paramount to the continued success of EnerMech and Alison is a great example of the talent pool we employ and the opportunities for career progression within the company.

“Having mentored Alison, she has exactly the right approach and drive to support our overall ambitions and fully deserves recognition for all she has delivered so far.”

Having joined EnerMech in 2017, Alison combines business knowledge with over 20 years of industry experience.

Previously, she held senior client service roles at Denvir Marketing, Immediate Media Co and BBC Magazines, and more recently founded and ran her own marketing agency, delivering marketing campaigns for the media industry. energy.

Alison said, “Our strengths lie in the effective integrated solutions that our multidisciplinary workforce provides, all supported by our sustainable ethos and environmental, social and governance (ESG) program.

“Delivering engaging marketing and corporate communications has never been more important and will greatly contribute to business value.

“The increasing complexity of the organization requires a clear and engaging voice to articulate our value to our loyal customers and build brand recognition with newcomers to EnerMech.

“Transforming informed customers, employees and business partners into engaged audiences is the ultimate goal.”

Alison’s promotion follows the promotion of Kenny Anderson to Director of Global Strategy earlier in the year.

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