Marketing consultancy

Marketing can be a challenge. For start-ups, you have the ideas, but are uncertain which way to go. And for established organisations, tight deadlines or fully-utilised staff can mean the required review of marketing doesn’t happen.

As an experienced marketing consultant I can help with dozens of marketing issues facing you and your industry, including: business growth, product development, digital exposure, customer analysis and corporate branding.

When you place your marketing consultancy work with me, I review your current situation – whether you have a current marketing strategy or not. From there, I recommend the optimum way to enhance your future marketing plans. You get the security of working with a classically trained marketeer who has over 20 years of marketing consulting experience in internationally successful projects.

Case study

Business issue: Entrepreneur had the business idea and technical solution, but needed the marketing expertise to make his dream a reality

Result: Ongoing marketing consultancy focusing down the ideas into practical solutions, copywriting and viral marketing

Industry: Online consumer trading  Client location: Switzerland

Testimonial: “…I am very happy to have found Abigail to work with as she truly cares about my work….”  Sacha Lin, Owner.  Read full testimonial.

Talk to me today about your marketing consultancy requirements.

See also:

Marketing strategies and plans, marketing communications

Top 5 tips – Marketing consultancy

  1. Provide full facts to your consultant – if you only give half the picture you won’t get the best possible results
  2. Don’t be afraid to ask questions – you’re paying for a marketing consultant’s knowledge, a reputable one will share it with you
  3. Ensure you have a written agreement of what the deliverable will be, including costs and timeframes
  4. Allow your adviser to talk to as many people as possible (both within the organisation as well as customers and suppliers) for a total understanding of your business
  5. Don’t keep changing the brief! If you need additional work done, make it a separate exercise

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