Flexible Marketing Support
How Glew can help
My flexible marketing services will be of benefit if you’re looking to bridge a skills gap, find a more manageable alternative to permanent recruitment, or provide additional support your team.
Coaching and mentoring
You might already have a brilliant marketing graduate or early career marketing officer in-house, but feel they could benefit from some senior strategic guidance to help them flourish. I can provide a mix of in-house coaching and remote mentoring support to help them get set up and give them direction and templates they can use going forward to deliver even greater value for you.
I usually recommend a commitment of at least one day a month to get the most from this type of support.
Interim or overflow support
If you’re in the midst of recruiting or looking to fill a senior marketing role on a temporary basis, or you need occasional support to meet specific project needs, my interim consultancy services could be the best option for you. I can work alongside you in-house or remotely on an hourly, day or project basis to expand your capacity and service offering when you need to.
"Georgie’s Marketing Strategy and Action Plan was based on an intensive workshop with the team and a detailed audit of the Trust’s Business Strategy, action plans, and analysis of the social media accounts and customer usage of the venues. Georgie very quickly had a good understanding of the business, what the Trust was doing well and where it needed to improve. Georgie is extremely knowledgeable, but was able to explain complex approaches in a very easy to understand way."
Sally Church, Interim CEO
“Georgie’s work has allowed us to add value to the service we provide over and above what a mainstream recruitment firm does. It’s also been good to have her external perspective on the business and guidance to ensure we’re doing things right. Georgie is conscientious in all she does and very easy to work with. We would definitely recommend her marketing consultancy to other businesses.”
Ita McNeil-Jones, Director
"Georgie was a great help in focusing our strategy and giving us a structure to work with. Since our marketing assistant has had the focused schedule, we’ve really gained traction. The number of web visitors has consistently increased and our online sales since the start of the year have also increased significantly.”
Chris Lubas, Director
"The Franchise Marketing Guide that Georgie produced has been a great help. One of our fastest growing franchisees spoke at our recent AGM to inspire other franchisees. Describing it as 'a fantastic tool' she explained how she followed the guide step-by-step to set up and promote her first classes; she was fully booked by the time she launched. She then repeated the process in a new area with the same success."
Emma Morgan, Founder and Director
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