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Improve your communication channels to win over customers

Improve your communication channels to win over customers

Review your communication channels

Make a marketing plan, outlining who you are, what you do, who your customers are, and how you plan to market to them. Your plan should cover a 12-month period.

The BPIF Marketing Excellence Programme offers a set of bespoke services as well as training courses to help your company develop its marketing presence and gain useable tools to assist with improving communications with clients (old and new), increase sales, advance data management, and create successful campaign planning. Contact: Meeka Walwyn-Lewis at [email protected]

Make sure to also review your ePrivacy terms. Go to ICO to find out more: https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-pecr/

Get out there and win new business

Improve tenders
Customer loyalty is becoming rarer. So regular commitments from major clients can be key in ensuring the ongoing stability of your business. Bidding for and winning tender work can form an important part of this business mix. If you're facing tenders in the New Year make sure your bid stands out. Our team can help you with this, contact Meeka Walwyn-Lewis at [email protected]

 

For more information on how to build and maintain a strong HR strategy click here.

For more information on how organise your accounts click here.

For more information on how to stay on top of your costs click here.

For more information on training and apprenticeships click here.

For more information on what's happening in the industry and brexit click here.

 

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For more information please contact:
Meeka Walwyn-Lewis
Meeka Walwyn-Lewis
01924 203335