Anyone who keeps abreast of the latest thinking concerning the UK economy can’t help but notice that the Government currently sees the SME sector as key to the economic future for the country. A fact that has not been missed in the North West where we are based. As part of a new initiative to support SME Growth within the region, BSA Marketing has teamed up with the local press to deliver a weekly business support column in the Tameside Reporter & Glossop Chronicle Newspapers.
Weekly information and advice
With a solid reputation for sound, realistic business advice, BSA Marketing is now accredited to deliver individually tailored support to companies under schemes run by Growth Accelerator, and the Manufacturing Advisory Service. We have a great deal of experience and knowledge to offer business under these schemes, so when we were offered the opportunity to share some of this through a newspaper column, we jumped at the chance. Each week, the column features help and advice which we hope will be valuable to anyone running an SME business, covering a wide range of business related topics. To give a flavour of the column, the topics covered over the first few weeks will include:
- Is Your Marketing Joined-up – Answer 5 questions & find out
- Internet Marketing for SMEs: Step 1 – Switch off your computer!
Marketing Communication – Don’t forget the long term
Although we focus heavily on Marketing, and make no apologies for doing so, as after all good effective marketing is key to business growth. We are also working with other expert partners to include topics in other fields including Finance, HR and Export. Anyone who lives in the area will find the column in either the Tameside Reporter or Glossop Chronicle. For those of you who don’t, you will find the initial articles here:
We are also happy to answer any question related to SME growth as part of the column, so if you have any issues where you would like our input, contact us via our website, or you can follow BSA Marketing via @bsamarketing and tweet your questions. The column also has it’s own twitter account: @growth_matters