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David Tudor-Hall, Assistant Website Manager at Marks & Spencer

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14:41 PM | 26 August 2012

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My name is David Tudor-Hall, I studied advertising at Southampton Solent University and I am now an Assistant Website Manager for Marks & Spencer.

My name is David Tudor-Hall, I studied advertising at Southampton Solent University and I am now an Assistant Website Manager for Marks & Spencer. I work within the Lingerie team, trading the website, maintaining site standards and ensuring our proposition is in line with store activity so that customers are provided with a multichannel retail experience. 

What was your first ever job? 
Stock Room Porter at Index when I was 16. 

How did your career in advertising begin? 
It hasn’t really started yet, my job is in ecommerce. 

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