Jo Macdermott is the Head of Business at Next Marketing, a Melbourne based marketing agency that specialises in Marketing Assistance, Marketing Plans, Graphic Design and Digital Marketing Solutions. Jo is Flying Solo Expert Contributor and a Certified Practicing Marketer, which is the Australian Marketing Institute's (AMI) professional accreditation program for the marketing industry. Next Marketing is also an award-winning marketing agency, being a Victorian Finalist in 2012 and 2013 in the AMI Marketing Excellence Program.
If you are a Melbourne based business that doesn’t have an in-house marketing team, then Next Marketing is here to help. If you are looking for a consultant who will work hard, provide outstanding communication, and make your marketing budget work harder, then Jo Macdermott from Next Marketing is the expert marketing consultant you need.
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