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Announcing Our Revenue Growth Programme for Ambitious Manufacturers


Mitchel - May 18, 2017 - 0 comments

Today, we are super excited to launch our Manufacturing Growth programme for ambitious manufacturing businesses looking to grow their revenue profitably in 2017.

The programme aims to to fill a gap in the market to support manufacturers in their growth plans, as it’s a sector which is all too often neglected by agencies and government at a local and national level.

Marketing and Demand Generation are often alien subjects to a lot of manufacturers, being seen as a cost rather than investment. Those leading the industry are however investing in reaching new customers with marketing to support their sales teams – seeing impressive returns on investment.

What is Manufacturing Growth?

With an intake of 2 businesses beginning the programme in July 2017, Manufacturing Growth will work with manufacturing business leaders to unlock potential lost opportunities and profitable revenue growth.

Working closely with the LeftMedia team, we set out growth objectives for the next 12 months together. We’re accountable for that revenue growth with regular reporting to ensure transparency at all stages of the process. By adding this transparency and accountability, we hope to put an end to fluffy marketing strategy and activity. Everything we do is aligned with your revenue growth targets.

Who is it for?

The Manufacturing Growth programme is for manufacturing businesses based in the North West, with a turnover of more than £2m. Ideally suited to Managing Directors and other key board level employees the programme is also beneficial to existing Marketing Managers and Directors to provide additional support and bring strategic thinking to the table.

Why are we launching it?

The team at LeftMedia fell in love with manufacturing when we started working with our manufacturing client, Ribble Packaging, last year. Since then, our love has turned into a bit of an obsession with businesses who actually do things! Whether it’s making components or providing innovative solutions to other businesses’ problems.

But the main reason? We’re pretty good at generating growth in the manufacturing sector. Our client Ribble has generated £1m in additional annual revenue within 5 months of starting work with us – you can see how we did that in this step by step guide. This project has given us the motivation, skills and knowledge needed to launch the Manufacturing Growth programme.

Why are we only working with two businesses?

Good question. We have thought long and hard about our capacity. By fully focusing our attention on the two businesses we choose to work with, we believe we can not only achieve the ambitious revenue growth objectives we set but make the process of working with us enjoyable too. One of the reasons why Ribble love working with us.

Register your interest in the programme

We know it can be a big decision to invest in marketing and your growth, so we’re not asking you to buy. We’re asking you to simply register your interest to find out more in the programme. The early bird closing date is Friday 16th June 2017, and with only two businesses being chosen we’re urging those interested to register in plenty of time to avoid disappointment.[/vc_column_text]

Free Marketing Workshop for Manufacturing Businesses

As part of the launch of Manufacturing Growth we will be holding a free half day marketing workshop on Wednesday 14 June 2017 at the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce.

The workshop will introduce you to inbound and outbound marketing for manufacturers. You will takeaway tactics to implement in your business based on learning, experience and best practices from Ribble’s £1m revenue growth campaign.

You will learn how to:

  • Win profitable customers without having to chase them
  • Convert new prospects whilst you sleep, with inbound marketing
  • Generate leads ready for your sales team

Book your free tickets below or find out more about the event on the event page here.. 

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