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Approach

Our method has been fine tuned through the years whilst working with many mid-size businesses. This results in you finding the best Marketing Director for your company and your culture. So how does this work?

The Marketing Centre's approach diagram
The Marketing Centre's approach diagram

Healthcheck

Business owners can become confused about marketing and that’s totally understandable. Between marketing consultant’s jargon and your sales team potentially considering marketing as part of their departmental function, it can become difficult to know how to move forward effectively. In fact, marketing results can lack focus or consistency, both in implementation and in measurement.

The Marketing Centre approach does away with all these confusing elements, encapsulated through our approach of marketing in a straight forward matrix, called the Marketing 360.

360 marketing diagram

News

  • The Marketing Centre is rapidly expanding across the Southern counties with its latest appointees, Alan Edwards and Julie Strawson. With Christine Durkin spearheading the regional team, Alan and Julie will be supporting the development of the part-time marketing director service into Dorset, Wiltshire, Hampshire and Surrey. The Marketing Centre, a…

    Sally Shuttleworth joins to develop and grow the South West region. The Marketing Centre, the UK's number one provider of proven part-time marketing directors to ambitious  businesses, has added an additional region covering Bath & the South West of England, headed up by Sally Shuttleworth, who joins as the Regional…


Business Insights

  • When you launch, you grow quickly. You’re going to outgrow your initial market, you'll look around for other opportunities to grow, and you’ll find yourself wondering “where do I go next?” For businesses that start out in the UK, the answer is likely to be “abroad”. British businesses are twice…

    Here’s a well-travelled marketing statistic: acquiring a new customer can cost up to five times more than retaining an existing one. An oldie but a goodie, as they say. But how do you retain customers? How do you build loyalty? Marketers try all sorts of things. Regular emails, surveys, loyalty…

    Introduction Tried and tested best practice will make the best of whatever economic and political situation a business finds itself in, whether it’s the continued uncertainty around Britain’s future in the EU, the overheating and protectionist tendency of the US market, or the continuing rise of China and India. In…


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