Does your small or mid-size business or organization require marketing support for full programs or individual projects?
Whether you’re looking for a marketing professional to help focus your company’s efforts or you could use a virtual extension to your in-house marketing team (or person, let’s face it), we may have the answer. Our clients turn to us for the level of support that makes the most sense for them – writing and design for a specific piece, or planning and execution for their complete marketing communications.
We’ll provide the careful devotion to the details. You make the first call.
It all begins with a brief introductory meeting. We’ll take a look at what you’ve been doing (activities and materials audit) and ask you some general questions about what you’ve been trying to accomplish so far and what you’d like to accomplish moving forward – your marketing goals and objectives. Together we’ll determine the level of support that makes the most sense for you and your business. You may need only limited support or you may prefer ongoing help. Either way, we’ll prepare a proposal or estimate upfront for your consideration.
For more than 20 years we’ve worked closely with clients in fields that range from professional services to education, and from biotechnology to healthcare. We understand the unique dynamics of working with smaller companies that have the ability to react quickly to shifts in market climate or sudden business development opportunities; you want to work with a team that will help you rise to the occasion. You also value a creative partner who provides checks and balances between planned activities and expectations.
“Clients get overwhelmed with the day-to-day demands of running a business. Marketing can become a grinding necessity or is guided by bursts of energetic focus after weeks of neglect. It’s part of our job to help them feel some relief. When that space opens up, we can see clients becoming excited again. Everything begins to click.”
WHAT HAVE CLIENTS CALLED OUR HELP? VALUABLE, UNCOMMON, DEVOTED, THOUGHTFUL
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