For now, let’s just talk about the old fashioned kind. Which we know inside out.
From a full marketing or communications audit, to a tactical plan for a particular project or event, we research and develop user-friendly, relevant strategies to inform the development and implementation of mar-comms activity.
What might that look like? Well it could be…
- Overhauling your marketing programme
- Re-focusing your objectives or re-defining your markets and audiences
- Invigorating your product
- Stretching and supplementing your budgets
- Developing new partnerships or joint ventures
- Undertaking research
- Writing marketing and communications plans
- Creative services
- Campaign implementation
- Regular progress meetings to make sure you stay on track
Competitions & Promotions
For many of our clients, media competitions and promotions are used to complement activity such as direct marketing, public relations and advertising, reinforcing key messages, helping to maintain market profile, driving off-peak business or promoting events, new developments or services.
Our wide network of regional and national contacts means that we can quickly and efficiently plan and implement a programme specifically tailored to your project, objectives and budgets.
Designed to maximise resources, opportunities and returns, partnerships are fundamental to so much of the work that we do.
But effective, long-term partnerships only work if they are based on trust and deliver clear, mutual benefits.
We are skilled and well-practiced at spotting the opportunities, getting the right people round the table, thrashing out the deal and then keeping it on track – so everyone wins.
Research can be invaluable for focussing the aims of your business or organisation, and auditing the effectiveness of your existing practices.
From feedback forms and response mechanisms to exit surveys, focus groups, desk research and year-round surveys, we can help you to identify your research requirements, develop a research plan and manage projects on your behalf, including briefing and appointing specialist suppliers.