Annmarie Hanlon BA DipM MBA FCIM MMII MIoD FHEA is a professionally qualified Marketing Consultant and the Managing Director of Evonomie Ltd, an independent marketing company that specialises in providing expert, impartial marketing advice to clients developing social media plans and digital marketing strategies.
A guest speaker specialising in social media and digital marketing, Annmarie has delivered talks and lectures at many events.
Annmarie is the author of Quick Win Marketing, Quick Win Social Media Marketing and co-author of Quick Win Digital Marketing. These are books, iPhone Apps and available on Kindle.
A languages graduate, Annmarie has experience working overseas including Italy, Greece, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Ireland and Hong Kong.
Annmarie has written articles about marketing for many publications including Marketing Age, Asian Business, Training & Development. If you would like an article for your business or professional publication, please contact us.
- Chartered Institute of Marketing Professional eMarketing Award (2003)
- Chartered Marketer: Chartered Institute of Marketing (ongoing)
- Masters in Business Administration: University of Leicester (1997)
- Chartered Institute of Marketing Diploma (1991)
- Completed all four papers (International Marketing, Planning & Control, Analysis and Decision Making, Marketing Communications). Won the Worshipful Company of Marketors Award for best worldwide Exam Results.
- BA (French and Linguistics) University of London (1987)
- Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing
- Member of The Marketing Institute Ireland
- Member Institute of Directors
- Public Sector, membership groups, government departments, Professional & Financial Services, Communications, Media and IT, Manufacturers, Consumer, Industry Associations, Property & Design
- Past Trustee of the Bat Conservation Trust, 2009 – 2012
- Past Member of the Trustee Board for Birmingham School of Acting 2000 – 2006
- Past Director of the Prince’s Youth Business Trust Staffordshire: 1994 – 1997 and previously Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire: 1992 – 1994