19 March 2018
Aardvark Marketing has helped some of its customers get 2018 off to a flying start – thanks to the launch of a new service.
The Aardvark Marketing Manager service allows the firm’s expert marketers design, deliver and project manage marketing activity for busy business owners.
Unlike most marketing agencies, Aardvark works closely with the business owner to serve as their outsourced, part-time marketing manager.
The firm says its service is flexible and affordable with no long-term contracts.
Beach Art Glass, who exhibited at the NEC Watch and Jewellery trade show yielded more new customers in the UK and New Zealand and opened a number of new export opportunities into America, Australia, Ireland and Japan.
Aardvark are working with them to improve their marketing materials for trade customers at home and abroad, supported by more active PR and social media campaigns.
The launch of their new Beach Babe range was well received by commercial buyers including the National Trust.
In Japan their jewellery will be sold in department stores alongside other selected luxury British-made products.
“Everyone is so enthusiastic about our products” said business development manager Becky Bristow.
“Most of our existing customers are placing larger orders this year and we’re excited about all the new exporting opportunities.”
Recruit 1st in Hereford completed 70 recruited assignments in their first year of trading.
The Aardvark team are working to improve their website and social media coverage, as well as targeting email campaigns to promote their expertise.
“2017 has been a most enjoyable year, and I am thrilled with the success we have seen particularly the Financial and Legal sectors,” said Stuart Blake, managing director at Recruit 1st.
“Whilst 2018 will undoubtedly see economic challenges particularly with Brexit rumbling on, the need for high quality specialist staff will remain as important as ever.”
For more information call Aardvark on 0121 222 5743.
Pictured (l to r): Lizzie Hopkinson, Gill Hutchinson and Chris Hutchinson of Aardvark Marketing