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Paul Sullivan is a marketing and business development professional with over 8 years experience. He has built and sold several businesses including a publishing house, field marketing agency and for the past 4 years, his digital marketing and web design agency Modedaweb now rebranded to Paul Sullivan Marketing. His new business is The Paul Sullivan Marketing Academy, a subsidiary of Paul Sullivan Marketing, a training academy based in London’s Kings Cross offering various courses in entrepreneurship, digital marketing, social media and web design (WordPress). Paul Sullivan is a leader in content personalisation strategy, social outreach, and conversion rate optimisation in B2B web design. Specialising in working with SME companies up to 200 employees, Paul focuses on Inbound Marketing, Growth Hacking, and Sales Enablement, to implement immediate short, medium and long-term strategic growth plans. He does this by helping develop customer excellence processes and overlaying those with marketing automation and inbound marketing services.

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Banks can find their way to consumers hearts

Banks do need to ensure that their brand is aligned with their customers hearts. Looking past simple user experince across platforms and...

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Fintech use is on the rise

Modedaweb stated last year in a number of articles that banks needed to pay heedence to  the rise of use of fintech products. We also...

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