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Bronwyn Leads Careline Lifestyles Marketing Team


New team in place for premier carehome group

Bronwyn Leads Careline Lifestyles Marketing Team


"I saw how amazing our key workers were during COVID and this inspired me to work in the sector"
Bronwyn Mogie



Two new marketing and communication professionals have joined Careline Lifestyles, an independent provider of high-quality nursing and residential care who operate nine homes from Teesside to North Northumberland. 

Bronwyn Mogie, (28) from Jarrow joins the company as their Marketing and Communications Manager after a career with some of the world’s biggest advertising agencies in London where she produced work for brands such Google & Unilever. 

Her latest role was with the marketing team at Northern Gas and Power helping them become the fastest growing business in the north.

“I joined Careline Lifestyles as their Marketing and Communications Manager because I’ve seen how the pandemic has affected everyone and witnessed how our amazing key workers have worked. Hopefully, I can make their lives easier with my marketing and communications background.

“I’m excited to be able to help Careline gain the recognition they deserve for the incredible work they do every day. I’m very fortunate to work with some of the most compassionate, selfless people who dedicate themselves to others. It’s truly inspiring.”

Nick Mitchinson (24) from Newcastle has taken up the role of their Communications Officer. With a background in digital marketing and a specific expertise in social media management and analysing and enhancing campaign performances, he is looking forward to creating a new digital presence for the company.   

“As this is a new team, there’s scope for experimenting with new ideas that will lead to long term growth for the company. I’m especially excited by the fact that success within my new role will result in a better life for residents in our care homes now and in the future.”

Careline Lifestyles Chief Executive Officer, Rahul Sharma said: 

“We are delighted to welcome Bronwyn and Nick to the Careline family and look forward to their support in helping us develop new and innovative ways to communicate with our colleagues and to increase awareness of the inspiring work they do every day across our homes”

Photo: Bronwyn Mogie. (Highlights PR) 

 More information from Keith Newman Highlights PR 07814 397951  Keith@highlightspr.co.uk

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