Marshall Walker

The LinkedIn Tutors



Marshall Walker Associates was set up as an independent training organisation in London in 2010 by Emily Miller, to help professional services and financial services firms make effective use of LinkedIn for marketing and business development. Our offices are based in the City of London. LinkedIn® is a powerful marketing and business development tool, especially for B2B businesses and professional and financial services, including law firms, accountants, consultancies, wealth management companies, surveyors, architects and banks. At Marshall Walker, we train and coach busy professionals on how to build their own brand and find new clients by using LinkedIn effectively. We also provide strategic advice to businesses that want to include LinkedIn in their overall marketing and business development activities.



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Who are You? Does Anyone Know?

The title of this article is a result of an interesting conversation I had with a good friend a few months ago. He is in the business...

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Why Writing Well Matters

A simple and easy to read list and infographic about why writing well can influence all aspects of your career and how to improve your...

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Social Media: "It breaks down barriers and it makes business more personal."

In our second podcast, we asked Mike Reader, National Director of Strategic Development at Pick Everard, 5 questions on business and...

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