The ADPR team recently attended Taunton based, Introtweet’s ‘Tweet Over Coffee’ event. The online workshop covered the latest social media news and tips to optimise in your business.Read More
As the UK’s lockdown measures ease, businesses now need to tread a careful path for getting their marketing communications and messaging right.
Whilst marketing your business is essential, getting it right as we come out from a global pandemic may not be easy.
We have listed some of our top tips to give you a head start as we all try to get back to some kind of normality!
The government’s OASIS planning model is an effective tool used for shaping all types of communications and campaigns, ensuring they are carefully planned, efficient and effectively evaluated as required.
We reviewed the five steps of the model in this blog and here we’ll discuss how you can put them to use within your own marketing campaigns.Read More
The trade body which represents marine businesses in the UK, British Marine, has launched its new ‘Summer on the Water’ campaign, which aims to inspire people to get out on the water and discover ‘waterlust’.Read More
You may have seen that ADPR is part of the Inspire Elite network, a team of professionals that support ambitious businesses with a desire to grow and expand, by helping them to develop a winning business strategy, make the right connections, source available funding and share knowledge with like-minded successful business owners and professionals.
The team at Inspire has been offering ADPR invaluable support during these recent months, and recently they shared a report with us on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the new ‘Low Touch Economy’. It was an interesting read and included some key consumer behaviour shifts that we will all have to navigate in the world after COVID-19.
At ADPR, whilst we help businesses of all types, one of our niches is the marine and maritime sectors. We recently conducted a global marine media audit to gather the thoughts of key press on their attendance at boat shows as well as other changes marine publications are facing due to the Covid-19 pandemic.Read More