Sean Clark

Search & Social Media Strategy development and coaching

Sean Clark has spent more than a decade studying the ever-changing realm of Web-based technologies. Sean now provides Coaching and Business Strategies for companies wishing to take advantage of the popularity of Social Media through his own company.

Employing advanced applications of social media, marketing, and e-commerce to turn boardroom ideas into expertly executed online strategies. The results? His annual average online sales increase over his last two positions is more than 192%.

Sean has not only dramatically increased sales, but also maintained this growth year after year through tumultuous markets and rising competition. As the Director of E-commerce for Bennetts Retail Ltd., Sean created new online brands, implemented a new pricing strategy, and integrated third party portals to consistently raise online sales - from £100k in 2002 to £12 million in 2007 - a 12,000% increase in just 5 years.

Then, as the Head of Web Operations for Adnams Plc, using the same methodologies paired with social media to increase online sales. Seeing more than a 185% year on year growth, whilst extending the company’s customer rapport into a virtual face accessible online.

Leading the online presence for a company as established and diversified as Adnams pairs perfectly with Sean’s depth of expertise and constant adaptation of emerging methods and technologies. He continues to employ as many routes as possible to maintain an earned rapport, deliver the highest echelon of product and service, and focus on what’s most important: Adnams’ loyal customers.

Outside of the office - when not brainstorming new ideas - Sean is likely to be spending time with his beautiful wife and three daughters, playing golf or applying critical thinking skills to a challenging game of chess. A passion he has held since an early age, and which has led to his adjoining role as the Vice President of the British Federation for Correspondence Chess.

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