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About
In the modern world, your first impression is usually a digital one. Our opinions are formed based on the material we find online. This can be an asset if you are in control of the information displayed when you are searched for on the Web. A Marque Profile allows you to take control with the same care and attention to detail that characterise how you present yourself in your day-to-day offline life. Constructed by our experienced in-house copywriters and researchers in conjunction with you, your Marque Profile explains concisely and precisely who you are. Expertly search engine optimised, your Marque Profile will become the de-facto source of information about you on the web. In short, your profile on The Marque is an ever-present online twin for the real ‘you’, ensuring efficiency, veracity and clarity.
'Surveillance is the business model of the internet. If you're not paying for your service, you are the product'
- Jim Waldo, Harvard University
Benefits
The Marque currently manages profiles for people who represent the following companies
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Recent Profile News

M&C Saatchi
The Drum
17 Jan 2019

M&C Saatchi chief creative officer Justin Tindall said: “Apprenticeships have a perception problem. They’re not seen as a cool, active choice. This groundbreaking, progressive campaign sets out to turn that perception on its head by shining a light on the energy, passion and palpable spark that embodies apprentices and the exciting range of career paths open to them.”

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16 Jan 2019

“The way we shop has changed dramatically – and continues to change,” said Tim Robinson, Doddle CEO. “Consumers move fluidly between online and offline shopping, driven by a need for speed, convenience and value. But we’ve seen that much of the retail industry is still thinking and behaving in silos. We want to help retailers bridge that gap between their online and offline worlds.”

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Bloomberg
16 Jan 2019

Peter Orszag writes: "Government spending and tax cuts kept the financial crisis from getting worse. They also taught fiscal-policy lessons the U.S. might need soon..."

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