Michelle Gamble

POSTED ON 26th February 2016

MichelleMichelle is the Founder and Chief Angel of Marketing Angels, an entrepreneur who has built Marketing Angels from the ground up after starting it with a partner over 15 years ago.

Marketing Angels has grown into Australia’s leading Marketing Agency for small to medium businesses providing Marketing education, advice and outsourced Marketing Management.

Michelle is a writer and public speaker. Contributing to the book The Secrets of Marketing Experts Exposed, and a regular contributor to Smart Business Magazine, SmartCompany amongst other industry press.

Michelle is often invited to comment on the marketing challenges facing Australia’s business sector in the national press and is a regular speaker at some of Australia’s premier business events.

She has 20 years experience in the marketing services, technology and telecommunications industries.

Michelle studied Education at Canberra University and has a Post-Graduate Certificate in Management from Macquarie Graduate School of Management and a certificate in Direct Marketing from the Australian Direct Marketing Association.

Before starting Marketing Angels in 2001, Michelle was part of the Internet Marketing Revolution in Australia.

She worked for Telstra in the marketing team for the initial Big Pond Internet service and as an online program manager.

Michelle was also a content manager, sourcing and managing content creation and business development for the Entertainment, Lifestyle and Technology content areas of the Telstra.com web site with Telstra.

Michelle created and implemented the marketing campaign for the launch of the Optus@Home Broadband Internet service.

She regularly blogs for leading Australian business publication Dynamic Business.

Michelle is also a busy Mother to 3 children, and lives in Manly NSW. She loves reading, surfing, is a certified lifeguard and loves the ocean.

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“The Grand Open Day was a huge success with over 1200 people coming to the restaurant and 350,000 people viewing the campaign on Facebook.

545 Facebook page likes (doubled from 255)
8,000 clicks on the campaign
4,000 comments, likes and shares of the campaign”