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Who is Andrew Perry?

Andrew Perry Marketing is the answer to major disruptions in the marketplace impacting B2B organizations.  It is the right combination of business acumen, marketing expertise, and real world implementation across many industries and companies. On top of all that?  Think bold personality, effortless style, and the appropriate dose of wit.

But who is the Andrew behind Andrew Perry Marketing? Well, if you ask for Andrew, you’ll be disappointed. In fact, there is no Andrew here.  It’s actually founding partners Leah Andrew and Abena Perryman.

We began this journey when we thought there must be a different approach to help b2b organizations who need marketing support as they navigate changes in the digital marketing landscape. Especially those looking to address large scale change and transformation initiatives. We wanted to create something that allowed us to help great companies doing ah-mazing things, have fun and collaborate with some truly brilliant and creative minds.

And so, Andrew Perry was born.

This marketing blog is an extension of our desire to help great companies do great things, have fun and collaborate. For instance, this blog will talk about everything and anything as it relates to us, our business, marketing and customer experience. Leah Andrew and I will be your marketing thought partners, or your tour guides. We will be sharing thoughts, observations and learnings when building your marketing department and your marketing strategy, to help you get amazing results.

Welcome! We’re so glad you’re here.

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