Channel Mechanics, a leader in Channel Process Automation, today announces it’s latest appointment, as that of Niamh Salmon. Niamh takes up the position of Marketing Associate, in our EMEA Headquarters.
A native of Galway, Niamh studied Commerce in NUI Galway. Upon graduating, she took a year out to begin working with Wayfair as a Sales and Service Consultant. By working in a customer facing role, Niamh was able to gain invaluable customer service experience, at an early stage in her career. In addition, it instilled in her a love for technology. Moreover, her role incorporated up-selling and cross-selling, as well as providing high quality customer service. Subsequently, after gaining additional experience in sales, Niamh decided to return to NUIG to complete an MSc in Marketing Practice.
During her Masters Degree, Niamh took up a placement within the university. Here, she took on the position of marketing intern in the Career Development Centre. In addition, she volunteered with NUI Galway’s Mindful Way, a body whose role is to encourage the practice of Mindfulness among staff, students and members of the local community. This enabled her to gain experience in content creation, digital marketing, SEO, market research and brand management. At this time, she took on a part-time role with itag – Innovation Technology AtlanTec Gateway. Here she was in charge of social media marketing and content creation. However, most importantly, it was here that she was first introduced to Channel Mechanics.
Consequently, having spent 18 months with NUI Galway, Niamh felt a new challenge was in order and decided to make the move to Channel Mechanics as a marketing associate.
“I’m really excited about starting my marketing career with Channel Mechanics. I’ve had a keen interest in entering the tech industry from my previous experience with itag. I’m looking forward to working in the B2B environment, which will be new for me. The company is growing at an exceptional rate, and I’m excited to work closely with all departments. Finally, I’m delighted to have found such an excellent role in beloved Galway!”