REaD Group Hires Clive Rumsey as Business Development Director
Clive Rumsey, a data industry veteran with 15 years of business development to his name, is set to join REaD Group as Business Development Director. Since 1999 Clive has been delivering multi-million pound contracts for businesses such as EHS Brann, Brainbox, Ai Data Intelligence and, most recently, Communisis, a trend set to continue at REaD Group. Clive will join REaD Group on 4th November 2014.
The Data Agency, a REaD Group company, also recently announced its exclusive appointment of the Acxiom data products suite and now owns the largest consumer data bank in the UK.
Clive’s experience covers a wide range of data industry specialties, from data analytics and processing to marketing database technologies and single customer view (SCV) solutions. In his most recent role at Communisis Data Intelligence he was the best performing sales employee in the company history, winning clients that made up 72 percent of the business revenue. He has worked across many sectors and industries and with clients like RBS Group, Tesco Bank and Ageas UK to mention just a few.
Mark Roy, Chairman, REaD Group said: "Attracting the very best people has always been at the heart of our success and Clive's appointment only serves to enhance our offering. As our transformative journey continues Clive's experience and knowledge will allow us to create strategies for clients that take their aspirations to a whole new level. Our senior management team now represents one of the brightest and smartest think-tanks around."
Clive Rumsey, Business Development Director, REaD Group said: “The ambition that REaD Group is showing is incredibly infectious. No matter how you look at it, what Mark has achieved is remarkable, and I am extremely excited to be part of the team being charged with delivering the next phase. The data industry is changing dramatically and REaD Group is perfectly placed to take advantage of that change and reap the rewards. Taking my knowledge from 15 years of hard graft and applying it here has the potential to be a real success story. Frankly, I can't wait to get started!"