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Marketing Blog tag: 'professional services' - Marketing Eye

Landlord Protection Group design insurance policies to help financially protect landlords for some of the common risks associated with renting their investment property. LPG work to ensure landlord insurance provides protection for some of the tenant-related risks that may not be covered by standard Building Insurance, including damage caused by tenants' visitors and friends. 

The company needed to create brand awareness so the outsourced marketing team at Marketing Eye designed and developed a website. In order to generate more leads, we produced marketing collateral with a company brochure focused on subscription and accompanying business cards. 

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Johnson Stephens Consulting engaged with Marketing Eye for their outsourced marketing efforts. Within this relationship, Marketing Eye developed a rebranding and new image for the Supply Chain consulting firm, who provide strategic solutions and leading-edge experience meeting the needs of the company’s in the logistics industry. The marketing strategy provided a design element that was bought to life in the form of a logo, appearing on new business cards and their website. Marketing Eye also redeveloped its website and managed and engaged with their social media.

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Published in Portfolio
In the past 2 months I have spoken to more than 100 entrepreneurs in the technology, professional services, manufacturing and logistics industries. There has been a common thread to many of these calls, mostly that their website needs a revamp and they want to up their digital marketing efforts. It's not rocket science I know, but many companies didn't get on the digital bandwagon fast enough and have left it to the last minute. Better late than never, and there will always be those of whom think they can wait a little longer, which means ultimately, they will be the one's with less clients at the end of the day.
Published in Entrepreneurship
Tuesday, 07 February 2017 07:50

10 Reasons Busy People Are Successful

I have never been more busy in my life. I remember 2 years ago feeling completely overwhelmed by having so much on my plate, and feeling as though I was floundering.

I kept on taking on more 'stuff' and it wasn't a case of not being able to say no. I simply wanted to do all the things I was doing and they were important to me. I hired two personal assistants and that worked wonders, except I decided that they were too good to be personal assistants and moved them promptly into other roles.
Published in Management
As a entrepreneur who has a belief that you should always finish something you start, I am hell-bent on Marketing Eye's global expansion, and the only thing that holds the company back is my ability to travel more often given that I have a dog at home to look after.

Baring this in mind, we expanded to the US, and have done so in a way that we can trial operating remotely and within a management style that is conducive to me getting enough sleep and being present to whatever team I am working with at the time.
Knowing when to jump from corporate and when not to is a scary prospect for most marketers. Many have reasonably safe and secure jobs unless of course you work for the agencies consolidating and they need to get rid of a few, or Fairfax, and they decide that they can get rid of a few in the marketing departement as well.
Published in Marketing
As a professional services firm, we started the business hustling. Going to network events, speaking at every opportunity, and using our connections to bootstrap the growth of the company. We even used PR, which put me out of my comfort zone big time.
Published in Marketing
Unlike many professional services firms, I cared less about how much billable hours people are doing until the fatal day that it was brought to my attention by my internal accountant that some people were "performing" not as good as others and the gap was significant.

It is harder to work in a professional services firm than in corporate. Knowing that you have to do a certain number of billable hours is a lot of pressure until you actually stop thinking about it.
Published in Management
The challenges of running a professional services firm are many. What most of my counterparts would say is that it's people that determine whether you are successful or not - and this is correct.
Published in Marketing
A very wise man once said to me;
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