Partly Cloudy

Partly Cloudy

max temp: 21°C

min temp: 11°C

Search
Norfolk Business Awards 2018

Free advice line is now open

PUBLISHED: 16:07 30 August 2018 | UPDATED: 16:07 30 August 2018

The SGA team: Audrey Funnel, Simon Greene, Mike Johnstone and Chris Longman




 PHOTO: SGA VIDEO & EVENTS

The SGA team: Audrey Funnel, Simon Greene, Mike Johnstone and Chris Longman PHOTO: SGA VIDEO & EVENTS

Archant

SGA Video & Events, based in Sudbury and headed up by Simon Greene, has launched a free advice line for local businesses hoping to dip their toes into the world of video marketing.

Suitable also for businesses which have tried video marketing in the past but with varying success; the advice line is designed to enable business owners and marketers to answer questions such as: what’s the best way to drive sales using video; what to include in a business video, how to use video to engage employees, or how to make the most of live events using video.

Simon will also be on hand to critique past videos for businesses and share his 30+ years of experience through bespoke advice and insight.

Speaking of the reasons behind launching the new service, Simon said:“Lots of businesses offer what they call a ‘free consultation’, however we wanted to go that one step further and offer genuine advice and real guidance to businesses, rather than a sales pitch. Whether you take up our services or decide to go it alone, we see it as part of our duty to share our knowledge of what it takes to succeed in today’s often crowded marketplace.”

He continued: “Our new advice line is open for both new and existing clients, and gives them half an hour to pick our brains about any aspect of video marketing or live events they have questions about. There really is no obligation and the advice we give is 100% designed to help, and not satisfy our own agendas.”

Search hundreds of local jobs at Jobs24

This summer, a Suffolk pub became the first in the UK to go cashless. But the Boot in Freston, isn’t the first company in the county to do away with cash - several other local business people are finding that more and more, its card - not cash - that’s king.

As the fourth industrial revolution commences and more and more jobs become replaced by machines, a tube driver from Essex, Daniel Rees, decided it was time to reskill now, in the belief that his own job will soon become obsolete.

The first Starbucks drive-thru has opened in Colchester, creating 25 new jobs.

Homebrewers are getting the chance to brew up a winning beer with Ipswich-based Briarbank microbrewery.

Father Christmas might not be able to visit his garden centre grotto in Clacton this Christmas, because the centre has been told to stop trading.

Management Jobs

Show Job Lists

Most read

Topic pages

Newsletter Sign Up

Sign up to the following newsletters:

Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter

Our Privacy Policy

MyDate24 MyPhotos24