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Former Hamptons International sales chief joins rival Marsh & Parsons

Marc Goldberg spent nearly 29 years at Hamptons before leaving to become a consultant, then run Dexters and now be a regional director at M&P.

Nigel Lewis

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Marc Goldberg, one of the most respected and successful figures in the industry, has joined Marsh & Parsons to run nine of its key branches in the capital.

Goldberg was best known for many years as a big hitter at Hamptons International where he worked for nearly 29 years, working his way up through the ranks before being made its Head of Sales at just 45 years old.

He then left the company voluntarily in 2017 following a restructure to become an industry consultant, working initially for six months at retirement home developer Pegasus Life, setting up its in-house sales team.

He then did a nineteen-month stint at Dexters as its Managing Director based out of its Mayfair branch but, since leaving that role, has been running his own eponymous consultancy.

At Marsh & Parsons he is to take the title of Regional Sales Director and will look after nine of the company’s 31 branches including Chelsea, Earl’s Court, Holland Park, Kensington, Pimlico, North Kensington, Notting Hill, South Kensington and Marylebone, where he will be based.

Patrick Littlemore Marsh Parsons imagePatrick Littlemore, (left) CEO of Marsh & Parsons, says: “I am delighted to welcome Marc to the Marsh & Parsons team. He has a proven track record of delivering exceptional results and outstanding client service. Marc’s appointment will help further develop and strengthen our offering in prime central London.”

Marc Goldberg adds: “Marsh & Parsons is a multi-award-winning agency and one of the most prominent brands in London. I’m looking forward to working with an outstanding team and contributing to the continued growth and success of the business.”

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September 15, 2020

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