Marketing strategy and planning work

For business owners and those leading or managing marketing teams - when you want to go beyond advice and get practical help thinking strategically and creating your marketing plan.

Longer term thinking and development often fall victim to the pressure of day-to-day operations. This can in turn result in lack of direction and marketing activity that increasingly ‘fails’.

I can help by working with key ‘in-house’ and external contributors – combining my marketing expertise with your knowledge and experience of your business.

I take a pragmatic approach to marketing strategy and planning work, understanding that it needs to be timely, practical and effective within the framework of ‘business as usual’ – that it needs dedicated attention but not hold up operational delivery.

To arrange a conversation with me:

Having experienced the ups and downs of managing marketing teams herself, Jane provides me with invaluable support. She can take and develop a brief, is realistic in her proposals, and can project manage when internal resource is limited. Her professional and flexible approach means she always delivers, and on time - a very cost effective way for me to get things done and gain the benefit of her wide ranging marketing experience.
Lucy Vincent
When Director of Marketing at the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust

Other Marketing Services

Marketing consultation and advice

For solo professionals, owners of small businesses, marketing specialists and those leading or managing marketing teams and for those just starting a business – or thinking about it.

Helping you build your marketing team

For business owners and those leading or managing marketing teams and those involved in learning and development or recruitment.

Flexible marketing partner or part-time Head of Marketing

For MDs, CEOs, directors and marketing leaders - when you have an ambitious business plan and want to understand how to organise and align your marketing (in its widest sense) in order to achieve that plan.

Thoughts on marketing