Ruth Mortimer is editor of Marketing Week. She oversees the editorial content of the website, print magazine, events, conferences and both the Marketing Week Engage and Data Strategy Awards. She has written and edited five books in the popular Dummies series about marketing. She previously edited Brand Strategy, a global business magazine, and has written for a wide range of business and consumer press, including a remit to cover talent for Channel 4.
Ruth is particularly passionate about issues including the lack of equality in marketing, gender-specific marketing, ethical marketing and the financial value of marketing. You can read Ruth's picks of Marketing Week's content each week in the Editor's Choice section.
Ruth won the PPA Columnist of the Year for business media in 2010
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