Relationship Marketing Programmes

Our well-planned relationship marketing programmes can give you the foundations to retain and grow clients, create new relationships and gain more referrals from intermediaries.

At Freshfield, our experienced relationship marketers can help you create an environment for success, helping you stay close and create new opportunities with your clients of today, while starting relationships with your clients of tomorrow.

We often commence our programmes with a Fresh Eyes Workshop, bringing your senior team and work winners together to clarify your business goals, review your current client relationship activity while helping you map out the ideal clients of the future – and the routes to building a relationship with those prospects.

Our structured, nurturing approach helps to shift internal relationship cultures, creating more urgency, accountability and follow-up.

We can also help identify the most powerful networks and events that will get in front of the right people, as well as running enewsletter and social media programmes.

We recognise that some team members may need some coaching or mentoring to give them the confidence needed to reach out and forge relationships face to face or online. We will work with them to create a coaching plan, giving everyone the confidence to represent your brand in the best possible way.

Our team has experience of devising relationship marketing programmes for clients in the business support, professional services and property and placemaking arenas.

How we can help

  • Relationship marketing structure
  • Relationship marketing strategy and planning
  • CRM advice
  • LinkedIn training
  • Networking and event calendars
  • Email marketing
  • Reciprocity analysis

If you have a specific challenge and need our help, please speak to one our specialists today.

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Get in touch

If you have a project and need our help, please complete our form. Alternatively, call Simon Turner or David Adams on 01772 888400.

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