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Chris Ackroyd, Marketing Manager, Monitise Create

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Recorded 13 January 2014
@ Monitise Create
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Listen to Chris Ackroyd share his journey from studying Geographical Sciences at Bristol to now developing mobile apps for several leading brands.

We spoke to Chris Ackroyd, product marketing manager at Monitise Create [formally known as Grapple Mobile]. Chris has worked in mobile marketing for almost three years, planning and delivering apps for a number of leading brands. 

“It's easy to think their will be another chance… but the time is always now.”

Chris talks about his journey from studying Geographical Sciences at Bristol University before beginning his career at Hotel Chocolat. You will also hear about his day to day role in the strategy team at Monitise Create, along with the usual dose of top tips for landing a job.

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