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News & Blog

Welcome to The Marketing Academy’s blog, where you can hear from our Scholars and Alumni and get updates on the Academy’s news and events.

Note that our scholars and other contributors post freely on this site – their views do not necessarily reflect those of the Marketing Academy, Marketing Hall of Legends, or the organisations for which they work.

Archives: Testimonials

2020 UK Scholar

It’s been an absolute joy. The content, speakers and my cohort have never stopped inspiring me and at the same time I’ve learned to not…

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2020 UK Scholar

The Marketing Academy has made me a better marketeer, leader and colleague and given me skills and connections that I’ll use throughout my career….

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2020 UK Scholar

I always left a bootcamp more energised, positive and inspired than before it. The network is unbelievable and I cannot recommend it enough. i feel…

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2020 UK Scholar

The Marketing Academy has an amazing ability to make you reframe and reconsider not just your career, but how you approach your whole life….

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2020 UK Scholar

The Marketing Academy is life-changing. Whether it’s the cohort you are part of, or the access to the speakers you never thought you would meet…

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2020 UK Scholar

The people involved in The Marketing Academy are some of the most inspiring, brightest and fun people you will ever meet. I’ve learnt so much…

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The Scholarship – a 9 month, free, part time program for 30 of the UK’s fastest rising stars in Marketing, Advertising, Media and Communications.

The Fellowship – Equips CMOs and Marketing Directors with the tools, knowledge and insight to make the move onto Boards and into General Management / MD / CEO roles.

12 month full paid Marketing Apprenticeship for young adults who because of challenging backgrounds, lack qualifications or poor life choices are normally overlooked for this kind of work experience