Retrorecyclers took our small business package to help them launch their exciting new business venture in a Norfolk warehouse .

What did the client want?

Following a change in their shop fitting business, Barney and Julia Lumsden decided to use the 800 square metres of warehouse space to launch Retrorecyclers – a unique and innovative antiques and collectables centre on the outskirts of Watton, Norfolk.  They came to us following a local recommendation for help to both launch their business and promote it locally in the months that followed.

 What did we do?

Retrorecyclers took our full marketing package which provided them with a visual identity, a website, leaflets, business cards and photography. Alongside this we helped them to set up and integrate their social media – Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. We also helped them find a business grant to help fund their marketing costs. We have continued to support Retrorecyclers with their marketing and their social media and regularly write Blogs for, and add photographs to, their website.

 What did we achieve?

Retrorecylers has been trading very successfully for several years.  In particular the website and social media campaigns have helped them to extend their marketing reach both locally and further afield.

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