Clarilis Employee Spotlight - Marketing Co-ordinator

Meet Patrick - Marketing Co-ordinator

March 31, 2023

Clarilis Administrator

What is your role at Clarilis?

I am a Marketing Co-ordinator at Clarilis and have been here since July 2022.

I am responsible for setting up and monitoring the processes for campaigns and events, from webinars to conferences. As well as this, I create and write some social media posts (you may have seen a few on our LinkedIn page, which you should follow to keep up-to-date with all the exciting things we’re doing) and monitor the analytics which come from this and other campaigns and events we host. 


What do you like the most about working at Clarilis?

The people at Clarilis are great; they’re very friendly and supportive. Everyone wants to do and be the best in the market and help others around them achieve this too. Furthermore, working in the Marketing team has allowed me to work on various projects with other departments and that has been a great way for me to get to know the team here at Clarilis.


What did you want to be when you were growing up? 

Growing up I always wanted to be a palaeontologist because I loved dinosaurs and I was so fascinated by how such massive creatures used to walk on the same ground I did. It’s amazing that wherever you’re standing, a dinosaur stood in that very spot at one point. However, when I was going through GCSE and A-Level my interests were taken over by psychology and learning how advertisements and marketing campaigns can have such a huge impact on the thoughts and feelings of customers and people watching. That’s why I wanted to go into Marketing.


What have you always wanted to try but haven’t?

I’ve always wanted to time travel, but I don’t believe that is possible just yet. So instead, I’ve always wanted to try learning German because I really liked it in school but wasn’t able to take it for GCSE as there were other subjects I picked over it so I could go into the career I wanted at the time. I hope to get back into it and gain some conversational skills for when I go on holiday later this year.


If you were stuck on an island, what three things would you need to have with you?

I had a lot of trouble answering this question because there are so many ways to answer it. Do I pick things that are practical, entertaining or just to make it easier to pass the time? So, with that in mind:

  1. Practical: Multi-use Pliers – They are kind of like an upgraded Swiss army knife so I could use them to help me craft more tools from the materials on the island.

  2. Entertaining: Subaru Rally car- If the island is big enough, I would build myself a track (with help from the multi-use pliers) and skid around the track day in and day out.

  3. And finally, because it’d be pretty lonely on the island, I’d definitely need to bring a sausage dog with me because how can you not be happy all the time when with a dog that always looks like they’re content with life and waddle along. 

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