Marketing manager crowned Future Face of Greater Birmingham


Rebecca Halbert has been named as a double winner at the Future Faces Chamber of Commerce fourth annual awards.

 

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Event host Jack Woodward with winner Rebecca Halbert and Louise Teboul of Common Purpose

The marketing manager at commercial property agency GVA scooped the Future Face of Greater Birmingham, sponsored by Common Purpose, and Future Face of Sales, Marketing and Communications award, sponsored by Office Angels, at the event held at Symphony Hall.

Around 450 people attended the awards, which was sponsored by Douglas Wright T/A McDonalds and Aston University.

Rebecca has held a number of key communications positions since completing her Bachelor of Arts in fashion marketing and branding at Nottingham Trent University. 

She worked as a fundraising communications officer for Parkinson’s UK in London before moving back to Birmingham as Millennium Point’s marketing manager. 

Rebecca is an avid supporter of Future Faces and is keen to help her colleagues, create opportunities for other young professionals and demonstrate exemplary leadership skills.

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Other winners of this year’s awards are:

Future Face of Arts and Culture

(Sponsored by TheBusinessDesk.com)

Aimee Spinks, Aimee Spinks Photography

Future Face of Entrepreneurship

(Sponsored by University of Birmingham)

Joe Kibbler, icarusparts.com

Future Face of Finance

(Sponsored by Wesleyan)

Jonathan Bennett, Mazars LLP

Future Face of Industry

(Sponsored by RSM)

Matt Lofts, Balfour Beatty Vinci

Future Face of Legal

(Sponsored by BMS Funding)

Emma Noble, Pinsent Masons LLP

Future Face of Technology and Innovation

(Sponsored by Innovation Birmingham)

Kari Lawler, Lawler Industries

Future Faces Ambassador award

(Sponsored by Elonex)

Jaccy Gascoyne, Deutsche Bank

Future Face of Third Sector

(Sponsored by Symphony Hall)

Hamish Shilliday, Compton Care

This year’s awards featured a new category, ‘Future Face of Third Sector’, to reflect the growing reputation of the impactful third sector work being done in the region.

Pictured: Rebecca Halbert

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