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Tegan Addinsall is a digitally-driven marketer with over 12-years’ experience working with over 60 companies. Specialising in growth and market acquisition, Tegan has worked with start-ups, SMEs and ASX listed companies to help them realise their potential. Utilising the latest marketing technologies, Tegan is able to get maximum results with minimal investment.

Industry Experience

Specialising in growth strategies, Tegan has worked with start-ups, SMEs and ASX listed companies to help them realise their potential. Tegan’s industry experience spans across education, health, NFP, energy, rental, technology, construction, entertainment, mining, logistics, beauty, retail, waste management, aviation, financial, manufacturing and telecommunications.

Marketing Projects

Working with entrepreneurs, senior management and CEOs Tegan has implemented marketing projects to launch new products/brands into the Australian market, take a greater market share and reinvent big brands to better connect with customers. Tegan has also had extensive experience in digital experience design and marketing automation to create the ultimate customer experience.

The right fit for your business.

Tegan Addinsall is a Marketing Director at Marketing Eye. Tegan has been a leading thinker in marketing for over 12-years, working with over 60 B2B and B2C companies in education, health, not-for-proft, energy, rental, technology, construction, entertainment, mining, logistics, beauty, retail, waste management, aviation, financial, manufacturing and telecommunications - just to name a few.

365bet注册网址Tegan also works at two of Australia’s leading universities, The University of Melbourne and RMIT, delivering the latest in digital marketing to hundreds of students every week. Tegan’s passion for best practice and utilising the best in new media technologies resulting in several million-dollar campaigns on shoe-string budgets.  

Originally from a farm in the Wimmera Mallee, Tegan brings a practical and simplistic approach to marketing strategy based on direct outcomes and common-sense. Her commitment to her clients is evident in her track record with the successful launch of over ten start-ups, and in the strength of the companies she currently supports.

365bet注册网址A self-confessed accidental marketer, Tegan originally studied a Bachelor of Education and worked internationally as a teacher, before falling into a marketing role after showing a communications manager how things ’should’ be done. She   then went on to study a Master in Management (Marketing) and now holds CPM status.

Believing that there is no balance in life, only time well spent, outside of work Tegan enjoys getting active, cooking and spending time with family and friends. 

If you’d like to speak to Tegan directly please get in touch via 1300 300 080.

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