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Kimberly McCabe
Worked at Cognifide
Lives in London
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I came across an awesome video the other day by L. David Marquet a naval leader. His tweet was:“Leadership should mean giving control rather than taking control and creating leaders rather than forging followers.”I believe my experience in the Royal Canadian Air Cadets and its military style training and focus on leadership raised my expectations. I’m often disappointed by the lack of management and leadership training within the corporate world...
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Deadline might be too short but thought I would share - RFP for Community Manager preferably in Jordan 
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Introducing a new weekly feature on the blog, The Sunday Share, where I'll be sharing interesting presentations on business, content, social media, marketing and more from Slideshare.com.

This week, "Publisher - The New Marketeer", a short but good look at the impact content is having on marketing, and why agencies need to adapt.

http://dannybrown.me/2013/02/10/the-sunday-share-publisher-the-new-marketeer/
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  • Cognifide
    Head of Marketing, 2013 - 2015
  • Sitecore
    Community Manager, 2012 - 2013
  • Sitecore UK
    Manager - Marketing Engagement, 2011 - 2012
  • Oshyn, Inc
    Marketing Consultant, 2007 - 2011
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KimKim, Kimbrualit
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We must be the change we wish to see in the world. - Ghandi
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Currently obsessing over the digital land; online marketing tools, social media strategy, content management systems (CMS), seo, content....

Has studied: advertising, marketing, investments, political science, philosophy, marketing of luxury goods and fashion...
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London
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Toronto - Paris - Los Angeles
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Terrible. I sold one item and I was given a waybill to send it via DHL. It took visiting several shops before one would accept the package and I couldn't stay at home all day and wait for a delivery truck to show up. I sold a second item. The buyer bid really low and I just figured why not, I don't wear it...but the VC fee was about 30%!!! Oh well lesson learned I thought. Nope not yet! I printed the waybill and this time it was for Myhermes. I took it to a local shop for shipping which was actually more convenient than DHL. But wait. it's been 18 days since I shipped the item and for 2 weeks there has been no tracking update. Neither company will do anything. Apparently VC's contract with Myhermes indicates that they can't do anything until a package has gone off the radar for 2 weeks and so after asking for a copy of my PASSPORT (seriously) in addition to the tracking and telling me I emailed the wrong place, they sent an email saying sorry we email us again after 2 weeks have passed. Each email took over 24 hours for them to respond to. Absolutely pathetic service. Wait it's a French company, why did I expect they would understand the concept of CUSTOMER SERVICE????? Stay away ladies. Trust me I feel really sorry for the buyer! And myself .. VC doesn't give a crap that I have no item and they won't pay me until the transaction is complete. I hope their business fails soon and saves more people the trouble.
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Fantastic food. Seriously French. My husband and I have both lived in France and we were really impressed with the escargots and sea bass. We agree we'll be acknowledged when we're in Brighton. Merci!
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Fortunately they have great lingerie. Unfortunately the horrible employees are a barrier to actually buying it. When I entered the EMPTY store on a crowded Sunday afternoon, I was 'greeted' with a speech. I said 'Thank you I'm just looking.' I started looking through a rack and the other one rushed over and very aggressively asked "WHAT size are you?" Again, I said "I'm just looking Thank you." She stepped closer, too close, to explain "Well here we don't have ALL the sizes. So if you tell me what size YOU are, I will tell you WHAT YOU can buy." I actually tried one more time in the politest of ways to say "I'm happy browsing." No no no no. The aggression continued, I was so shocked I said, "ok I understand. i'm not allowed to browse." did an about face and walked out of the store. As I was leaving the second employee, apparently determined too make sure I would never return and Intimissimi would fail at Stratford yelled in the most sarcastic voice, "THANK YOU! HAVE A NICE DAY!" and employee number one started laughing. When I walked up too my husband he asked what happened because the two employees were apparently watching me!!! Now the worst part is that I had absolutely every intention to buy. In part to replace the Intimissimi lingerie I lost a few weeks ago in an apartment fire in Paris.
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