Company spokespeople

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As a leading authority on education and language teaching worldwide, Bell can provide comment and perspective on a variety of industry comments. Bell’s spokespeople are:

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Greg Watson (Chief Executive)

Greg joined Bell in August 2010 from OCR (Oxford Cambridge & RSA Examinations), which he led as Chief Executive between 2004-2010. Prior to this he spent three years as its first Marketing & Sales Director before becoming Deputy Chief Executive in 2001. Before joining OCR, he worked for ten years in the oil industry in retail and business-to-business sectors, covering marketing, business development, IT systems development and quality management.

Greg is a modern languages graduate from Queens' College, Cambridge. He also spent a year teaching English in Germany.

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Will Kinsman (Director of Sales and Marketing)

Eighteen years’ Sales & Marketing experience in service industries. Three years as Marketing Controller with Norwich Union, then four years as Head of Marketing for MGM Assurance, a specialist investment, pension and insurance provider and Britain’s longest registered company. Recruited to set up a greenfield marketing function for William M Mercer before joining Charles Schwab, NYSE-listed US financial services group as European Sales & Marketing Director. Then spent three years as Sales & Marketing Director for a subsidiary of insurance giant, Aviva, before taking up his current post in March 2006. Professionally qualified with a degree in English from the University of Birmingham.

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Natalie Dawe (Marketing Communications Manager)

Natalie has over 12 years experience in marketing and communications and has won several Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) awards for her work on a number of promotional campaigns. Previous experience includes working in a PR and communications agency, where she managed a number of clients, including a local authority and multinational corporations. Most recently Natalie worked in-house for a regional development agency, where she was responsible for internal communications, events, branding, corporate literature and electronic communications, including the web site.