Ambition London appoints Matthew Gardner as associate director of BD and marketing
Ambition London is delighted to announce the appointment of Matthew Gardner as Associate Director of the Business Development and Marketing division.
Matthew has enjoyed a long career with Ambition. He initially joined the London office as an Associate Consultant and rapidly progressed to Senior Consultant in the Legal Finance team.
In 2012, he transferred to Ambition’s Singapore office into a Senior Consultant role in the Sales and Marketing team and built out the company’s proposition across the Banking and FS sectors as well as Pharma, FMCG and Retail. He was then promoted to Divisional Manager taking overall responsibility for a Sales and Marketing team that covered Digital, eCommerce, Agency, Industrial and T&T in addition to those industries mentioned previously.
At the end of 2013, having established Ambition as one of the leading Sales and Marketing recruiters in Singapore across several industries, he was given the additional responsibility to build out a specialist team covering Supply Chain and Procurement which has now grown to a team of 3 consultants.
Director of Professional Services, Nicky Acuna Ocana said; “Matthew has made a significant contribution to the growth of the Ambition Singapore business over the past few years and is a well-regarded and integral member of the leadership team. We are therefore delighted to welcome him back to London and I’m sure he will make a fantastic contribution to the Business Development and Marketing division.”
Gardner said, “It’s great to be back and to be part of the largest professional services Business Development & Marketing team in London. I’m really looking forward to meeting many of our clients and candidates over the coming weeks and months and building on what has already been a successful year for the team. With an uncompromising focus on providing the highest levels of quality and speed of service and delivery to all our partners I’m very excited and confident about what the future holds”.