David brings a broad range of marketing disciplines to Correvate. He holds a professional level-7 qualification in marketing strategy from The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) having achieved a rare distinction in leadership and planning in 2017.
With broad experience in multiple sectors including scientific and technology firms, his strengths lie in the ability to identify product value, then implement strategies and communications to drive growth. He is acutely aware of the importance of the client, and how understanding their needs is the key to establishing competitive advantage by delivering value.
David has worked for a number of businesses during his career, as well as running his own marketing company for more than 10 years serving a diverse client portfolio including blue chip organisations, charities and SME's. In 2014 he set up the internal marketing function at an international organisation that creates award-winning world first technology for the oil and gas sector. David was not only responsible for developing strategy for the business, but also overseeing product branding and the promotion of the new technology.
David brings more than 25 years of experience to Correvate, with expertise in creative design, copywriting, branding, printed and digital media.
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Charles is the Product Manager for Correvate's Vercator software and interacts directly with clients for software trials and with subsequent customers. He is also involved in programming and assessment of the technology in Vercator linking it to market needs.
Before his PhD Charles worked as a surveyor and was involved in projects for clients including London Underground, Network Rail and Crossrail. Charles achieved his doctorate in UCL's Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering Department in 2016. His PhD researched the process of capturing laser scan data and converting it into a parametric model for BIM. As part of this he implemented new capture technology, developed point cloud processing software for geometry processing and sat on both an industry working group for survey and participated in the research group scoping the future direction of BIM level 3. Charles also taught both undergraduate and postgraduates, supervised MSc projects and presented at international conferences. Along with academic publications some of his work has appeared in Wired Magazine.
Since finishing his PhD Charles has carried out research at UCL, most recently on the EPSRC Impact Acceleration Project “Demonstrating improved 3D imaging in the Building Information Modelling, BIM, sector”, in the research group of Dr Selviah. The project focused on the development and assessment of automatic registration methods collaborating with two companies in the construction and asset management sectors.