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.
New website offering:
In addition to the ‘delivery’ work, we’ve also been working on a few new services. In our last newsletter, we announced the launch of our first suite of workshops; this month I’m pleased to share news of a new website offering.
While many of us hanker after a fully bespoke website design, sometimes what we need is a more economical solution that will provide a professional web presence within a quick turnaround, especially if you’re a smaller consultancy or an independent consultant.
So, we have used our experience of designing and delivering websites to create a streamlined process that will allow us to work with independent consultants and smaller firms to develop a website structure that offers real value for money. Now of course we still offer fully customisable website designs and development, see our example here with SmartSpace Learning, but we’re conscious that for smaller professional services firms/independent consultants who just need that professional presence online, this new package will really help. You can read more here.
Do let me know if you or any of your network are considering a new website build, either off-the-shelf or fully customised – we’re here to help. We have some of the very best web designers and we know the industry inside and out, so we believe we have a powerful combination.
In the community:
Finally for this month, I’m pleased to share news of our first community initiative. When I launched South Thames Marketing, one of my aims was to make sure we could make a positive contribution to the community, at every available opportunity. I am 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.
You can read more here. I am pleased that our sponsorship will go a small way towards supporting the children in sport, and more importantly, their education and development. I’ll let you know next month how they get on!