Formerly with market research firm Bergent Research, Mathew’s appointment will have the dynamic marketer working on key retail and professional services clients.

Marketing Eye continues to grow its Victorian presence with Mathew’s appointment key to ensuring that clients have a comprehensive range of skill-bases to choose from when dealing with the company.

“Mathew has a mature approach to strategic marketing and brings to Marketing Eye an indepth knowledge of market research and its application in the retail and professional services industries,” said Mellissah Smith, CEO, Marketing Eye.

“Marketing Eye provides clients with 100% inhouse skills and Mathew’s experience will bolster our existing team.”

Marketing Eye’s positioning as the marketing manager of companies that engage its services, gives Mathew an opportunity to work with companies on not only their strategic needs but also to implement marketing campaigns.

“Marketing Eye provides a forum of not just one marketing challenge, but a number of them across multiple industry sectors ensuring that the entire spectrum of marketing skills is exhausted,” confirmed Mathew Walkerden.

“The incredible skills that marketing executives possess at Marketing Eye is due to the indepth training that they receive.

“I am looking forward to being able to utilize all my marketing skills and explore new ones with Marketing Eye’s dynamic clients in the small to medium sized business sector.”

Mathew holds a Bachelor of Business majoring in Marketing and HR from Swinburne University.

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