Marketing Consultants in East Sussex

If you journey back through history, you will see an incredible number of innovative products and services that failed to achieve commercial success. While there may be numerous reasons for these failures, it is a fundamental lack of marketing expertise that is arguably the most significant in the digital age. The team at Opportunity Marketing is therefore driven to ensure that your business optimises its full potential, offering detailed strategy and insight to create viable commercial propositions. Our marketing consultants in East Sussex are ready and willing to help, regardless of your specific needs or the sector that your company operates in.

To get started, select one of our marketing consultants below operating in your area.

Catherine Kimmer

Marketing consultant Catherine has over 15 years experience in strategic marketing, marketing planning and implementation and has worked with a number of SME’s in the technology sector.  Catherine has worked with SME’s in the UK and internationally, helping to drive sales growth, increase brand awareness and grow profitability.

Catherine KimmerMarketing Consultant, East Sussex
Alison Bryant

Marketing consultant Alison has almost 30 years’ experience gained in industry and in consulting. She can demonstrate success in environments ranging from “big brand” FMCG through industrial B2B to start-ups.

Alison BryantMarketing Consultant, East Sussex
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