Monday, November 23, 2020

CCM Group launches free marketing recovery service to support businesses affected by COVID-19

Thousands of companies have been affected by the recent global pandemic; with staff being furloughed, made redundant or in extreme cases, companies having to close their doors completely.

Consequently, now is the time to jump start marketing activity and re-focus on professional goals – whatever they were or have now become.

After experiencing rapid growth so far this year CCM Group, the creative agency based in north Nottinghamshire, is now looking to help other businesses who may have neglected their marketing efforts during lockdown by offering free marketing services.

Whether it’s an extension of the marketing department or a completely outsourced management of marketing strategy that’s required, the free service will be individually tailored to suit each company’s needs.

Website audits, social media strategy reviews, competitor analysis and identifying marketing opportunities are just a few of the free services that the client marketing team at CCM will be offering between August and September 2020.

CCM’s Client Marketing Manager and creator of the initiative, Rachel Knibbs, said: “We’re so thankful for the growth and success that we’re experiencing at CCM, and in turn we’re really keen to help other companies who are in slightly different situations get to where they want to be with a helping hand from our talented and passionate client marketing team.

“We’re hoping to see lots of businesses taking advantage of this free opportunity and we look forward to building our client base whilst helping others during this unsettling time.”

CCM Group’s Marketing Recovery Initiative will launch mid-August and will run until the end of September 2020.

To take advantage of the free marketing audit service, visit https://www.weareccm.co.uk/creative or email r.knibbs@weareccm.co.uk.

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