UK auctioneer appoints Nottingham-based Deputy Marketing Manager

Nottingham-based John Pye Auctions has further expanded its marketing team with the appointment of Natalie Seebaransingh, in the newly created role of Deputy Marketing Manager.

Natalie, who has over 20 years of experience in marketing, joins the firm from The Hut Group where she worked for two years as head of marketing.

In her new position, Natalie will be responsible for contributing to the company’s branding and marketing strategy, as well as the cohesive business development and marketing evolution within the business.

Natalie said: “John Pye Auctions is a fantastic business with a vibrant culture which I am excited to be a part of. There is huge opportunity here to work on national and international campaigns and work with a highly creative and skilled team.

“What drew me to the business was the level of growth the company, and the industry as a whole, is experiencing and the opportunity to help deliver consumer-driven campaigns for a well-known national brand. I’m really looking forward to using my marketing expertise and being part of the impressive marketing team.”

Natalie, who lives in Nottingham, is a member of the Institute of Direct and Digital Marketing and specialises in developing brand and multi-channel marketing strategies for business growth. 

Natalie’s appointment comes only three months after the hire of Ben Ernstzen, Casey Noble and Ashleigh Daley as marketing executives and Emily Tomlinson as a communications executive. Over the next six months the firm will be looking to expand the marketing team further.

Faye Rollinson, national Marketing Manager at the company, adds: “I am really pleased to welcome Natalie on board, she will be an instrumental member of the marketing team and I’m looking forward to working with her at a strategic level.”