What’s your particular expertise?
Business-to-business marketing, technical product marketing, and marketing for manufacturers. That’s not all we do – but it is what we’re particularly good at, and it’s what we enjoy! We particularly relish working with smaller and medium-sized companies in niche and industrial markets.
Who have you worked with?
Since 2010 we’ve worked with many companies – some for a long time, some for just a specific project. Our clients have ranged from local one-person start-ups to large international groups.
What’s your hourly rate?
We prefer to charge in a different way. An hourly rate doesn’t tell you what you get for an hour’s work or what your final bill might be, and that’s what most of our clients want to know! We’d rather determine the scope of the work and quote you a price, so you have clarity about what you’ll be charged.
Most of our marketing services are charged using menu pricing.
We also offer monthly packages, which are built for each client on the basis of the services they need.
An initial 60 minute meeting with us is free for new clients, and without obligation. We can talk about your marketing, give you some practical ideas, and see what kind of marketing support you need.
What’s a Chartered Marketer?
Chartered Marketer is the highest professional status for a marketing professional. To become Chartered, a marketer needs to be a Member or Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (which can only be achieved through qualifications and experience), and additionally complete two consecutive years of Continual Professional Development – 35 hours per year. To retain Chartered status requires an ongoing commitment to 35 hours CPD per year.
Working with a Chartered Marketer means you’re working with a committed, up-to-date professional.
Chartered Marketer is a personal designation (it’s been held by Director Annette Harpham since 2009). It can only be used by individuals, and cannot be applied to a company – so there is no such thing as a ‘Chartered Marketing Consultancy’.