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We are happy to announce James Mall as our new Marketing and Development Manager.

James comes to us fresh from a marketing and design background having run his own signage and design company and working for a web and design company here in Bedford. As well as having a degree in marketing from The University of Northampton and several internships under his belt.

James has always been fascinated by marketing ever since watching the first series of The Apprentice while at school. He liked the idea of running around and doing important things that involved a lot of creativity and ambition.

James has a great level of commercial experience which he hopes to put into practice here at BCA. He has some great ideas and plans already which we are excited about. He has already fitted in well with the team and made himself at home on his desk which is very well organised.

“There’s so much that art does for everyday people it’s an essential part of everyday life. Being given the opportunity to work for BCA has opened up a whole new world of interaction for me with fellow creatives and artists, I’m naturally gifted at networking and love to meet new people and organizations all the time, getting to know them and seeing how we could work together in the future. For me art is all about making that human connection”.

James Mall –
Marketing and Development Manager

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