Emily Heaton

Senior Account Manager

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All about Emily

Emily joined Fourth Day five years ago after studying for a degree in English at The University of Nottingham. During her time at uni, Emily managed and marketed a number of theatre productions and spent a summer working at the Edinburgh festival.

Emily loves meeting people, travelling and finding out about new things – all of which she gets to do every day with her clients. She is also currently studying for an MA in Applied Linguistics.
Outside of work you can find Emily playing hockey for the City of Manchester team, walking in the countryside, trying her hand at a new language or learning the drums!

Recent articles by Emily

How are we measuring up?

AMEC's measurement month has seen a whole host of events run across the globe so, Emily thought now would be a great time to take stock and share what our approach to measurement is here at Fourth Day.


Fourth Day shortlisted for 2018 UK Content Awards

We are delighted to announce that Fourth Day has been shortlisted for the inaugural 2018 UK Content Awards for B2B Content Campaign of the Year.


Measurement 101 - featuring an interview with measurement specialist Steph Bridgement

Measurement – it’s as important as the work itself. But measurement falls to the bottom of the priority list far too often. This is for a number of reasons, including, but not limited to the fact that measurement is still not valued as much as it should be across organisations.


LinkedIn's latest changes: what you need to know

Microsoft completed the deal to acquire LinkedIn in December last year and, nine months later, the platform has popped out a baby, in the form of its new desktop app for Windows.


Twitter announces a whole new world in 140 characters

We’re always hearing about the latest Google, Facebook and Twitter updates – a new button, a new algorithm – occasionally, but rarely life changing. But I mean it when I say that this latest announcement from Twitter is truly exciting for the industry due to the level of freedom and creativity it will introduce.



Gorkana breakfast briefing with James Quinn and Ben Wright, joint group business editors for The Telegraph