Digitalk The Project

Our recent work Digitalk Outsourced marketing

The requirements What the customer needed

Digitalk were looking for a full service marketing agency with specific industry expertise to provide a fully outsourced marketing service and deliver on a re-branding and web development project.

The solution What we did for them

We worked with Digitalk to refresh their corporate image, build a lean, effective website and create a strong sales funnel with marketing automation and aggressive content marketing campaigns.

The results Where are they now?

Digitalk go from strength to strength, consolidating their position as the industry's leading provider of communications platforms as a service solutions and rapidly disrupting the MVNE market.

The work Some of our output

RMA helped Digitalk to create a bold and distinctive corporate image. We designed, wrote and built a brand new website and created a range of collateral to support their ongoing marketing activities.

Corporate identityNew logo and corporate ID

Screen shots for various sized screens

New Joomla! websiteDesigned and built

Case studies, data sheets, brochures

New collateralNew marketing assets

What they say about us From Digitalk

“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."

Mark Ashdown

Chief Strategy Officer

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