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Advisory Services

Through our advisory services, boards, management teams and marketing departments can tap into the expertise of our most senior people.

We operate in a flexible capacity, suited to the unique demands and requirements of your business.

Here is how we can help:

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Consultancy

Working in similar capacity to a non-executive director, we can perform a strategic role, advising boards, partnerships and management teams on all aspects of marketing. We can also work with internal tactical marketing teams, giving direction and guidance.

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Relationship and community development

For those businesses based on building commercial relationships, we have experience of working with management teams to devise and implement relationship and community building campaigns. Our work in this area has helped change internal cultures, breeding a relationship building culture.

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Recruitment

We have relationships with trusted sector-led recruitment firms, as well as the ear of marketing professionals across many sectors and regions. This makes us an ideal partner for recruitment assignments at many levels.

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Fresh-ideas workshops

Work alongside internal teams in a pure idea-generator capacity, we can offer fresh ideas and sector insights while stimulating creative thinking within your team.

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Employer brand

Too many medium-to-large employers overlook and undersell their employer brand. We work with management and HR teams to create truly stand-out propositions to attract and retain the right talent.

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GDPR

We have qualified GDPR advisers who can help you comply with one of the biggest changes to data protection rules for years. With potential fines being four per cent of turnover, all businesses need to understand the rules before they come into force on May 1 2018. For further details of the service, click here.

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