Social media expert Ross Alcock has played a pivotal role in massive commercial success stories. His communication via social media never misses the target group, making him the golden key for his clients.
During his time as the head of marketing for the Invasion Camp Group alongside founder Lee McAteer, Alcock established his name in the industry – as well as those of several successful brands. By taking responsibility for the social media audience and traction of the key target groups, he played a pivotal role in the creation and growth of a number of now prestigious Invasion Camp Group organizations.With empathy and expertise, he turns companies that cater particular audiences and scenes into mainstream brands. He He does so in impressive style. WrestlingTravel, who bring
European fans of the sports to the major US-American events, are just one of his major success stories.
His recently launched agency, Ducking Media specializes in helping blue chip organizations and sports teams gain substantial traction in the key demographic (18-30) through social media. Alcock is now using all of his assets and experience to grow well established organizations beyond their own expectations, as well as transforming niche & scene conventions into major events of global attraction.
The pioneer and mastermind of social media knows exactly how to address every target group in their individual language. Grateful clients, that are finally offered the keys to the audience they are aiming for, constantly create a new motivation for Alcock. And when seeing their requests and demands met, consumers appear just as appreciative. Ross Alcock sees a hundred opportunities for growth where some might think the maximum
potential is reached.
His creativity and contemporary, even visionary approach leaves no space for selflimitation and has gained him a name way beyond the borders of the UK and the European sports industry.
With the launch of his own media agency, Alcock has set the foundation to write his very own success story. And we are looking forward, to read the next chapter.