Marketing Consultants in Hampshire

In marketing 101, businesses are taught that successful campaigns are driven by product, price and promotion, but this means little to companies with little or no experience of the industry. While these elements are all central to a successful marketing campaign, they must be combined along with other considerations such as the targeting the right demographics and engaging an audience at the right time. This is where the Opportunity Marketing consultants in Hampshire come into play, as we possess the skills, knowledge and strategic insight to help you achieve your core business objectives.

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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, Hampshire

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. Her career to date has involved living and working in the Far East, the USA and multiple European countries but she has recently specialised in UK/Ireland-based SMEs.

Alison BryantMarketing Consultant, Hampshire

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