Events and Seminars 

B2B events, seminars and product showcases generate leads and turn prospects into clients

Events, seminars, exhibitions and showcases be an important way of keeping in touch with your existing clients and provide great reason to get in contact with prospects.

Finding the right venue

Over the past few years, we have helped business to business and professional service firms organise numerous successful seminars and events at a variety of locations – from The Lensbury Club in Teddington, The Marriot Hotel at Twickenham, The Design Museum in London, the Runneymede Hotel at Egham to name just a few.

Some of our events have been intimate affairs, where are clients are able to really get to know a select group of prospects, while others have been positioned as a “Thank You” to existing clients on a much larger scale.

Whatever the size of your event, we can help you from start to finish:

  • Define event’s objectives, within the context of your marketing strategy
  • Develop an event marketing plan
  • Develop a compelling agenda for your target audience
  • Market event to existing clients and prospects
  • Invitations design and dispatch
  • RSVP management
  • Marketing collateral for event
  • Delegate packs
  • Speakers liaison
  • Venue selection and negotiation
  • Refreshment and menu selection
  • Providing additional staff at event
  • Providing client giveaways
  • Post event follow up
  • Post event report

We can help you ensure that your event is on brief, on budget and achieves it's objectives.

If you would like to talk to use about helping you with organising a seminar or event as part of your marketing strategy, please get in touch.

Ten tips to ramp up your marketing

Need some advice to help refresh your marketing? Based on our experience as a B2B marketing agency, helping SMES grow,  here are ten of our top tips for SMEs to ramp up their marketing. 

For many SME’s, the key to successful marketing is all about the implementation. All too often, marketing is the easiest function to let slip when faced with the day-to-day demands of running a business. And you might be surprised with what can be achieved by writing a realistic marketing plan that focuses on a limited number of monthly activities and sticking to it. Here are ten tips, you might find useful to consider, when developing your 2019 Marketing Plan:-

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We'd love to help you with your marketing strategy.