For immediate release Tuesday 17 July 2018
Please join us in congratulating Kelly Gaunt, Founder and Director of The Marketing Bungalow on achieving the status of Fellow Certified Practising Marketer (CPM) of the Australian Marketing Institute.
As a Fellow CPM of the Australian Marketing Institute Kelly has achieved the highest membership recognition as accorded by the constitution. The Australian Marketing Institute (AMI), “This status demonstrates evidence of your commitment to the profession and your own professional development.”
Kelly was humbled and thrilled to receive the news by surprise this week.
“It’s an inspiring moment to be recognised by my own peers with this achievement. I’ve dedicated my career to marketing and enjoy it more and more every day. It’s an ever-changing landscape that challenges and feeds my motivation. As a CPM, I’m committed to completing 100 hours of professional training every three years which is a must-have for anyone who runs a marketing business and loves to make their clients happy. What I learn is shared with my team, colleagues and clients. It’s a win-win.”
Kelly founded The Marketing Bungalow, a full-service marketing agency in Sydney’s Sutherland Shire in early 2015. In three and a half years the business has grown to a team of five staff, increased turnover by 51% and will be moving into Caringbah’s Locus business complex in late 2018.
For more information or to arrange an interview with Kelly, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Fellow CPM of the Australian Marketing Institute Assessment criteria explained:
EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: A marketing degree or postgraduate qualification in marketing is the basic education level. For those who have completed an AMI Accredited, Certified or Registered program, this entitles you to a credit off time needed to become a CPM.In some circumstances, substantial marketing experience can substitute for qualifications. However, in these cases applicants must demonstrate conceptual competence acquired through more than 10 years of marketing-specific practise.
PRACTISING EXPERIENCE: A minimum of five years of broad marketing experience is required. Applicants must demonstrate a breadth of experience with more than one area of marketing expertise such as communication, market research and sales.
PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS: Applicants are required to provide a resume of their professional achievements. Clear career progress, increasing functional responsibility and seniority indicate a track record of professional achievement. Evidence of work done, results achieved and career highlights is sought. All claims must be independently substantiated.