Marketing the Midlands helps you to grow your business with the clients you want using a proven process.
Are you frustrated by a lack of new clients?
Do you feel annoyed that although you invest in your marketing you don’t get the results you want?
Would you like more of the clients that you want to work with?
If so, you ared invited to download your free e-book- no e-mail needed just click on.
If you would like to attract more clients then your first step is to define the companies and individuals you want to work with. We will guide you through our proven process to win the clients you want and reach your turnover and profit targets.
You will find that we can deliver all the marketing services you require from copywriting and design through web sites and social media to photography and print. We can also work with your existing suppliers to coordinate your campaigns and plans.
You will find that our open workshops are the perfect introduction to marketing. They range from free talks lasting from 20 minutes up to an hour and workshops running from half a day to two days. If you would like a free talk for your group then please get in touch.
Do you want to train your fee earners in marketing? It is important that professionals (e.g. partners, fee earners etc.) do some of their own marketing (e.g. networking, social media, e-mails, articles etc.) as prospects choose to do business with people they know, like and trust.
Marketing the Midlands grows with branches extending to 36 associates and a major printing company. We offer a full marketing service.
In April 2010, we rebranded to Marketing the Midlands- a marketing consultancy offering consulting, coaching and marketing services to companies based in the Midlands area.
We launched in July 2004 as a management consultancy and training provider. We delivered a range of workshops and qualifications including CMI's Diploma in Management. The company always had a strong focus on marketing and offered marketing coaching and tailored courses. In 2009, we dealt exclusively in marketing and it became clear that a re-brand was needed.
Thanks again to you and Michael for inviting me to your excellent workshop at St Pauls in April. I thought that the course was very well structured and the content was both informative and helpful. Too often these courses can be a simple rehash or repackaging of what we already know, but I came away having picked up some new ideas. The ability to talk freely and exchange good practice with other professionals was very welcome. I would certainly recommend you, Michael, and the course to others.
Peter Adkins, Talbots Solicitors, Director- Dispute ResolutionTalbots Solicitors
Richard has worked with the Hub.Legal network for a couple of years, providing training on Business Development strategy, directly to member firms and presenting at our annual Practice Management Days. Richard conveys, in an engaging way, essential information on Business Development that lawyers need to grasp, now, as part of their own commercial strategy. James Knight- Partner at FBC Manby Bowdler LLPHub Legal
Richard has worked with Nelsons' Fusion Legal network for the last 2 years providing business development training and strategic consultancy for our member law firms. Richard is like a breath of fresh air! Not only is he an engaging and entertaining speaker,he also understands the challenges which our member firms face in an increasingly competitive market. Marie Walls, Business Development Partner and solicitor at Nelsons Solicitors Limited.Nelson’s Solicitors
"Marketing the Midlands has provided us with a tremendous amount of expertise and insight into how we can best promote and market our services to as wide a range of clients as possible.” Mark Paul, Director, Business Solutions (Midlands), SolihullBusiness Solutions
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