Welcome to our latest monthly update. For those of you in the UK and US I hope you had an enjoyable long weekend. It’s been a busy few weeks here at South Thames Marketing HQ…
Welcome to our latest update.
It’s been a busy few months for us at South Thames Marketing HQ. We have been working on some interesting new projects, attended some client events – including a lovely one at the Ivy, we’ve welcomed some new clients to the family and we have a few new opportunities that have come through the door from as far afield as San Francisco! We’ve also written our first article for a global business magazine (I’ll share once published). A busy period, but an exciting one.
When we launched South Thames Marketing one of our aims was to make sure we could make a positive contribution to the community at every available opportunity.
We are therefore delighted to announce that we will be supporting Latimer Arts College – a thriving and high performing secondary school – and 50 of their Year 9 students, on a sports tour to Strasbourg, in France.
A belated Happy New Year. I hope you managed to have a relaxing break with your family and friends; although I suspect it feels like a distant memory now!
In my last update, I mentioned we are introducing several workshop and coaching sessions in 2017. I’m pleased to announce that we’ve developed the first three, which are designed to support consultants and marketers in professional services improve their social media skills.
Welcome to our December update. It’s Christmas! London, as always, feels like it’s ready. Decorations are up, Christmas carols are being sung and the Queen’s speech will soon be aired to those of us based in the UK. But where has 2016 gone? Is it really December? Do I really need to start thinking of buying Christmas presents for friends and family? Are we really out of Europe? (OK I won’t relight a fire).
Welcome to our November update. I’m writing this update way up in the clouds in the comfort of an A380 returning home from two weeks in India. A fantastic holiday which combined watching some cricket with a couple of excellent business meetings.
One of the biggest challenges marketers face is finding ways to direct an audience from awareness and interest down the path toward actual conversion.
Brilliant global marketing campaigns succeed when brands understand the crucial role of implementation.
Marketers love to create and set the strategy in motion but when the time comes to deliver the strategy globally, the results can suffer.
We’re a ‘quarter’ old! Having now reached this ripe old age, I thought it’d be a good opportunity to let people know what we’ve been up to over the last three months.