So far it has been an exciting year for Consortium Business Solutions. We have had the opportunity to work with some fantastic clients. With a growing portfolio, we are always on the look-out for high quality specialists to join us. With that in mind, we are delighted to announce that we have three new associates joining the Consortium Team. Over the coming weeks we will introduce them to you through our newsletters, but in the meantime we would like to extend a warm welcome to Jo Gilham, PR Consultant, Rosie Harris, Graphic Designer and James Elliott, Web Developer.
We would also like to extend another warm welcome to our new social media clients that took us up on last month’s offer. If you didn’t get a chance to sign up we are extending the offer. For just £140 plus vat a month, we can manage your social media presence* on your behalf. We know the right mix of posts and content to use to engage your customers and help drive traffic to your website. If you sign up with us for a year we will carry out a free full social media audit & strategy (usually £299 +vat)
Other consortium news
I know we said this last month too but Lara has been nominated for yet another award! This time Business Personalty of the Year in the Worthing & Adur Business Awards (She’s just showing off now!).
We have been busy blogging to bring you some new marketing guides. Jo our new PR Consultant tells us how to be an ace at radio interviews, we look at the reasons why you should keep on marketing even when you are busy and tips on how to remember names at networking events.
As always please do get in touch if you fancy an informal chat over coffee about what we can do to boost your marketing 01903 530787 or email us
*up to 2 profiles
Free social media audit & strategy worth £299 If you sign up for a year with our month social media service we will create you a full social media audit and strategy absolutely free (usual cost £299+vat). And for those that want just a little more hand holding we can provide comprehensive training for your team too. For a no obligation chat about how we can get the maximum benefit from your social media call on 01903 530787 or email us
Be an ace at radio interviews – by Jo Gilham Radio can be one of the most persuasive ways to reach your target audience; though for an interviewee it can seem just a wee bit daunting. As someone who’s set up many an interview and coached lots of nervous people in interview technique I know that with a few handy tips and a number of deep breaths you’ll be fine – promise. Read more
An experienced and creative PR professional, Jo Gilham has nearly 15 years of Public Relations experience. In that time she has worked across the health, beauty, baby, charity, environment and governmental sectors for business-to-business, consumer and not-for-profit accounts. Jo passionate about PR and can help you to increase your brand’s visibility and open up opportunities to build sales. Read more
Lara is a finalist for Business Personality Of The Year. The Adur & Worthing Business Awards are in their ninth year and provide a platform to recognise, reward and celebrate all the successful businesses and professional individuals we have in our area. Read more
Why should you keep marketing your business even when you are busy? As a marketing agency it is frustrating when we come across a potential client, that we know we can help, but are told ‘we are so busy, business is great we don’t need to do any marketing!’ It is often hard for business owners to see the value of ongoing marketing when the sales are coming in. So, to try and explain why you should keep marketing your business, even when you are busy we have put together this blog post.
How to remember names during networking events Networking can make people feel uncomfortable but there are so many tricks you can learn to make the process easier. In fact Lara does some great networking training which has done a lot to settle my butterflies but one of my weaknesses is remembering people’s names. With that in mind I thought I would share some of the tips I have found on how to remember names during networking events.