Catherine is the newest member of the Intergage team and joins us as Digital Marketing Executive. Catherine specialises in creating content, optimisation and social media strategies. We are so excited for her to join the family here at Intergage.
I sat down and asked her a couple of questions so you can all get to know her better.
Where can we find you at the weekend?
Most likely going for brunch with friends. My favourite local spots are South Coast Roast, Bistro on the Beach or the Living Room.
If you had to eat the same thing every day for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Brunch (see previous answer!)
Where did you work before Intergage?
Before Intergage I worked at a local letting agency, helping them put together a marketing strategy with a strong focus on content, and optimising the website and social media. Before that my digital marketing career began just over 3 years' ago, selling very niche products (commemorative coins and stamps!) across multiple online platforms.
What is your role at Intergage?
I've joined the team as a Digital Marketing Executive, working within one of the pods to deliver the results we've promised our clients. What I'm loving so far is the range of clientele and how their needs require multiple skills, from capturing business leads through PPC or social media/LinkedIn campaigns, to nurturing them via thought-out automation strategies and attention-grabbing content.
If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why?
Is it a bit of a cop-out to answer Europe? I love a long weekend city break, with some of my favourite memories happening in Copenhagen, Berlin, Florence etc. The next locations on my radar are Seville and Istanbul.
Do you have any hidden talents?
Cooking and baking - it's not so much a hidden talent though as I regularly have friends and family over to try out new recipes!
What's Your Favourite TV show?
The Office - the US version though, controversial I know!
If you could write a book about your life, what would the title be and why?
'The constellations of Catherine' because I'd probably make it less biographical and more fictional with lots of 'what if' scenarios for my life, Sliding Doors style.
What’s your guilty pleasure?
Ice-cream. Looking at properties I can't afford on Rightmove. Love Island. Oh, you just asked for one...
What’s the one item you can’t leave your house without?