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Managing Director of Keystone Marketing Hayley Williams will showcase illustrative examples of varying types of communities that require engagement
Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce partner with Keystone to strengthen links with new Chamber members
With long standing membership body clients, we know how important it is for those not for profit associations to cultivate strong relationships with its members…
Hayley was invited to be this months ‘Ask the expert’ in Cambridgeshire Chamber of Commerce monthly publication; Connected Magazine – highlighting her fabulous Marketing expertise to members of the Chamber…
Content marketing… oh no, not another thing to spend time and money on?
What does the phrase ‘a strong community spirit’ really mean? Is it something to do with knowing your neighbours? Or is it more about taking pride in your home town?
On Thursday 1st December Keystone Marketing’s Managing Director Hayley Williams attended a dedicated Small Business Saturday reception at 10 Downing Street.
Keystone Marketing has been named among the 100 small businesses in the UK to be celebrated by Small Business Saturday, the campaign that culminates in the UK’s dedicated day for small businesses on December 3rd.
The Keystone Marketing Team worked with us to develop a social media campaign to raise the profile of the successes of an EU funding programme we had been running. They supported us to scope out our requirements, understand our key audiences and consider the overall impact we wished to achieve.
I was very impressed at how quickly Keystone got to grips with a complex project, helping us devise key marketing messages and content for social media posts.
The level of engagement on-line has been far greater than we ever expected and through this work, we have achieved our desired outcome of creating local and national awareness to our programme’s successes.
We would not have been able to achieve this impact without Keystone’s professional support, knowledge and expertise.