We’re celebrating our fourth birthday at Pick & Marketing this month and feeling more than a little proud of all that we have achieved.
Since launching in October 2011, we’ve expanded the team, moved into a new office, gained some fantastic new clients and branched out to provide a whole range of digital marketing services.
While initially our focus was on providing social media training and social media management, we’ve developed our areas of expertise so we can also provide quality copywriting, website design, SEO and creative solutions in response to clients’ needs
We aim to always listen to a company’s promotional objectives, avoid jargon and clichéd terminology and work together with our clients to help them reach new audiences using a range of achievable, relevant and highly-personalised activities.
Over the past year, the Pick & Mix team has also volunteered its time and expertise to the Yorkshire community, providing more than 100 hours of free business support to groups and organisations over the past year, including the York, North Yorkshire & East Riding Local Enterprise Partnership, the Bishy Road Traders Association and Business Support York & North Yorkshire.
We were also honoured to be chosen to help train more than 300 Yorkshire businesses in social media as part of the Broadband East Riding Business Support Programme.
But best of all, we’ve had some excellent feedback from our clients and training attendees!
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our customers, both old and new, our associates, suppliers and networking buddies in making the last four years such a great success!
2015: our favourite highlights so far this year
1. Written more than 20,000 words for PR and Blogs
2. Completed almost 8,000 social media posts
3. Project managed SIX new websites
4. Trained more than 600 business owners on social media
5. Completed more than 200 hours of voluntary work
6. Helped a manufacturing client increase their new dealer enquiries by 50%
7. Increased the social media audience of one of York’s popular retailers by 70%