Head of Business Development, Corporate Sales
October 2013 to Present
London, United Kingdom
Research Now (an e-Rewards Company)
Client Development Manager
February 2012 to October 2013
London, United Kingdom
ICD Research (now Canadean)
Business Development Manager
December 2010 to February 2012
October 2004 to November 2010
March 2002 to June 2006
February 2000 to October 2001
Lovell Partnerships Ltd (YJL - Lovell Construction)
Commercial Manager and Quantity Surveyor
June 1996 to September 1999
As a part of the e-Rewards, Inc. family of companies, we are the world’s leading B2B and B2C panel provider and data collection services company, and uniquely positioned as a true single source solutions provider for any and all research projects. As a part of the e-Rewards, Inc. family of companies, we are the world’s leading B2B and B2C panel provider and data collection services company, and uniquely positioned as a true single source solutions provider for any and all research projects.
What company does Mark Sander work for?
Mark Sander works for Research Now
What is Mark Sander's role at Research Now?
Mark Sander is Head of Business Development, Corporate Sales
What industry does Mark Sander work in?
Mark Sander works in the Market Research industry.
Head of Business Development, Corporate Sales @ As a part of the e-Rewards, Inc. family of companies, we are the world’s leading B2B and B2C panel provider and data collection services company, and uniquely positioned as a true single source solutions provider for any and all research projects. From October 2013 to Present (2 years 2 months) London, United KingdomClient Development Manager @ From February 2012 to October 2013 (1 year 9 months) London, United KingdomBusiness Development Manager @ Worked with leading FMCG companies on: Understanding the links between Shopper Insight and Consumer Insight Identifying the key trends related to consumer products Understanding category insights in relation to shopper purchasing behaviour Map customer needs (by segments) for the development of "differentiated" product propositions Understanding emerging markets consumer behaviour to identify their needs ICD Research now Canadean Consumer is part of the Progressive Digital Media Group which includes Canadean, ID Factor, and the New Statesman. From December 2010 to February 2012 (1 year 3 months) Business Development @ Building client relationships within the employee engagement field. Employee engagement advice for large scale organisations: working in partnership with organisations to help them understand how engaged their staff are, what this means for them and how it can be enhanced Development and delivery of employee research projects: providing organisations with valuable insights into their organisations by consulting their employees and providing bespoke solutions to their research problems. From October 2004 to November 2010 (6 years 2 months) Event Director @ Director of Events at major sporting events, including: Ghana v Jamaica, Walkers Stadium, 29/05/06 Trinidad & Tobago v Iceland, Loftus Road, 28/02/06 Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica, Ghana, Nigeria, Upton Park, June 05 “Unity Cup 2004” Republic of Ireland v Nigeria v Jamaica, Charlton Athletic, 29, 31 May, and 2 June 04 Nigeria v Brazil, National Stadium Abuja, Nigeria, 11/06/03 Nigeria v Jamaica, Loftus Road, 18/05/02 Paraguay v Nigeria, Loftus Road, 26/03/02 *Managing a team of up to 25 people. Responsible for the overall delivery of the project to agreed timescales *Contractual negotiations for participating teams *Protocol/Team Welfare: hotels/accommodation, servicing and special requirements for VIPs * Travel arrangements: participating teams/staff/guests. including immigration arrangements * Match day scheduling to ensure highest level of athlete and customer experience * Sourcing of training pitches to adhere to specific requirements of participating teams * Ticketing and Accreditation at all levels from VIP through Media and Security * Internal and External Communications including press releases, press conferences and marketing materials * Match day entertainment both inside and outside stadium to deliver the highest level of customer experience * After match banquets to enhance the overall event and maximise Sponsor’s ROI * Overseeing on-site operations from pre-contract stage. This included negotiating access to an unfinished new Stadium in Nigeria * Sourcing of venue and contractual negotiations thereof * Sourcing of key deliverables and project management of sub-contractors * Liaison with venue staff, their key stakeholders and preferred suppliers * Catering for all levels of ticket holder and corporate hospitality * Stadium sponsor servicing (sales and production) including perimeter boards and programmes * Sourcing of match day officials, ball boys, mascots From March 2002 to June 2006 (4 years 4 months) Partner @ Co-founder of directory of London's spanish-speaking businesses. I saw the opportunity to provide a "yellow pages" style directory to service the fast-growing Hispanic community in London. The publication would also serve as a resource for others wishing to embrace the Spanish language and Latin-American culture. The project took this concept to inception in three stages: 1. Researching the diverse Hispanic communities of London and creating a database of every business or service that spoke Spanish. 2. Negotiating sponsors and advertisers to fund the project. This was facilitated by establishing links with the London embassies and missions of the 23 countries that hold Spanish as an official language, as well as the those with a significant Hispanic population such as the USA. 3. Distributing the publication to the major centres of the Hispanic community in London and engaging those communities in the project. Latest estimates have shown there are between 700,000 to 1,000,000 Latin Americans in the UK. Brazilians make up the largest group of around 200,000, then there are about 130 - 160,000 Colombians, 70 - 90,000 Ecuadorians and 10 - 15,000 Peruvians. The UK 2001 census records 55,000 Spaniards resident in the UK. Some 800,000 salsa classes take place every night in the UK. From February 2000 to October 2001 (1 year 9 months) Commercial Manager and Quantity Surveyor @ Procurement, Account Management, Contractual Negotiations, Cost Management, Project Management. Mount Vernon, Frognal Rise, Hampstead, London NW3 Clients: Marylebone Warwick Balfour and Sincere Group Value: £44m project Redevelopment of former Mount Vernon Hospital into 63 exclusive residential apartments. My role focused on procurement and account management of sub-contractors including roofing, windows and joinery. Station Regeneration Programme Client: Network Rail (Railtrack) Value: £151million project The renovation of 450 stations and 30 depots across London, Northern Home Counties, and East Anglia. There was an individual implementation contract for each package of work, which was carried out on a design and build basis. The individual contract scopes varied widely, and included new build and refurbishment to depots and stations. Other schemes included bridge replacements, step free access and smaller maintenance projects. With such a large area to cover, logistics and control were challenges. My key deliverable was to collate the monthly accounts from 30 area quantity surveyors and present them to the client and auditor for sign-off. From June 1996 to September 1999 (3 years 4 months) The University of Manchester From 1994 to 1998 Commercial Management and Quantity Surveying @ University of Manchester - Institute of Science and Technology From 1994 to 1998 Hasmo Mark Sander is skilled in: Client Relationship Building, Market Research, New Business Development, Lead Generation, Employee Engagement, CRM, Account Management, Quantitative Research, Customer Insight, Business Development, Team Management, Management, B2B, Marketing, Advertising, Project Management, Training
Extraversion (E), Intuition (N), Thinking (T), Judging (J)
2 year(s), 11 month(s)
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