Expert marketing support from a team who understand technology and telecoms and like to do things a little differently.
We’re an experienced team with a deep knowledge of the marketing and strategic needs of the TMT industries, and the expertise to build sustained success.
Virtual Marketing Manager is a service designed to provide comprehensive day-to-day support to your sales and marketing team. Whether you need additional cover for busy periods or to call on outside help to develop and execute a specific marketing activity, Virtual Marketing Manager provides expert support, on call when you need it.
Services covered include:
Our Virtual CMO service offers a complete go-to-market solution that provides expert sales and marketing guidance throughout the entire product life cycle - from marketing research, through product launch and all the way to re-positioning and exit strategies. Virtual CMO puts an entire marketing department at your fingertips at a fraction of the cost.
Includes everything in Virtual Marketing Manager plus:
Don’t worry if you don’t see precisely what you need, we’re happy to adapt to your requirements. We offer a range of stand-alone services, that allow you to create your own bespoke outsourced marketing solution.
We’re happy to work on a project or a retained basis to provide the solution that fits best with you. So why not get in touch with us today and see how we can help your business drive sustained success.
If you’re a recent startup and are looking for some low-cost expert help to get you off the ground, we have a service bundle that does the job. We’ve worked with a range of tech start-ups to help them clarify their message and go-to-market stategy, build compelling brand propositions and deliver revenue.
Our special Startup bundle is competitively priced to include all the sevices you’re likely to need from a marketing agency at a price that makes sense for fledgling companies.
“We selected Redmill Marketing Associates because of their deep knowledge of the industry we operate in. We've found them to be extremely easy to work with, responsive and always willing to go the extra mile to add value to our relationship.”
Marketing Director, InfoVista
“Redmill Marketing Associates provide us with a perfect blend of industry and marketing expertise. The Redmill team have been able to deliver on a broad range of marketing tasks, from campaign management through to brand design. Their full service approach is something that few agencies can match."
Chief Strategy Officer
"Working with Redmill gave an immediate boost to our business – our whole image was refreshed, our online presence improved and as a result sales leads increased...We were patiently lead through the necessary steps without ever feeling we were having someone else’s vision imposed upon us."
Business Development Director
“Engaging Redmill Marketing Associates solved a variety of problems for us. We needed strong strategic marketing support, but it had to be extremely flexible to meet our requirements, as well as bringing a fresh perspective to our business. We are very pleased with progress and are looking forward to reaping the benefits in the coming months."
VP Sales and Marketing
“We needed an agency that understood our business and could provide a broad range of marketing services. Redmill Marketing Associates fit the bill precisely and are very much part of the VoIPstudio team.”
Recently, Ofcom told us that, given that the country’s 5.2 million SMEs in the UK constitute 99.9% of UK businesses, account for 60% of private sector employment, and 47% of business revenue, “High quality communications connectivity is essential to their ability to participate in and drive the digital economy.” No argument here.
A few weeks back, we scoffed at BT for being a little bit sniffy at the immediate commercial credibility of Open Radio Access Network (RAN). Well, we can’t claim sole credit, but at least one US company has broken cover and shown how limited that perception is.
Earlier this month, the UK Government announced some results of its 5GTT (5G Testbeds and Trials) Programme—which it says is its nationally coordinated programme of investment in all things Fifth Gen, which started two years ago with a claimed £200m of taxpayer support. Absolutely accepting that this is far from over, what should industry be making of what seems to have “succeeded” so far?