About Us

MarketingTrendTracker [MTT] is a brand of FiveSight LLP, a UK based partnership owned by three business professionals, each an acknowledged specialist in the respective fields of marketing intelligence, information technology and business finance. Evolved from MarketingTomorrow.com, launched in June 2010, MarketingTrendTracker daily scans up to forty-plus global information sources to identify, collate and curate the latest marketing trends. All trends are summarised and linked to their attributed source.

 

Contact Us

Registered Office

FiveSight LLP

12 The Green
Long Preston
North Yorkshire
BD23 4PQ
United Kingdom
+44(0)1729 840 692

Editorial Partner

Peter Scott-Smith (editorial@marketingtrendtracker.com)
Peter is a semi-retired marketer and business writer with two decades of hands-on experience in high-ticket media sales and agency account direction. He later founded and for nine years ran Prolog, arguably the UK’s leading marketing services business, whose multinational clients included British Airways, Esso, NatWest Bank, Unilever and the UK government’s Central Office of Information. Following the sale of his company to market research giant AGB, Peter was retained for a nine-year period by WARC [World Advertising Research Center] as Managing Editor of its daily global news service.

IT Partner

Mark Newton (webmaster@marketingtrendtracker.com)

Mark became involved with Internet Technology in the early '90s, long before the current explosion of interest in the web was generally envisaged. He has never lost his interest and enthusiasm for the technology involved. In addition to developing web applications, Mark is a Contributing Editor for PC Pro Magazine, writing a regular column on web applications in the ‘Real World Computing’ section plus occasional feature articles and product reviews.He runs his own Internet hosting and web design company ECats Ltd


Finance Partner

Robert Knight FCA (accounts@marketingtrendtracker.com)
A financial all-rounder who has spent time with multinational accountancy firms in the UK and overseas. Robert has also worked in financial management for an international group and later carried out projects for various companies including Next plc. He now has an accountancy practice in addition to other business interests.