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Pinpoint Marketing Consultancy Ltd

Pinpoint Marketing Consultancy Ltd



    Nicole Martin


    7th October 2018


    High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire


    Business Services, Marketing and Advertising, Training, Consultants




I love helping people! Whether this is small businesses with their marketing and business growth or my children with their schooling or supporting and socialising with friends and family. I also get a buzz from being organised! I love a list!


Who is Pinpoint Marketing, the marketing consultancy? My name is Nicole Martin, proud and passionate owner/director of Buckinghamshire-based Pinpoint Marketing Consultancy Ltd. Pinpoint Marketing was established in May 2008 as a traditional marketing consultancy business. Over the years, the businesses offering has evolved. As well as consultancy we now include hands on marketing services. Essentially Pinpoint and associates can come up with the ideas and deliver them too. We aim to be your one stop marketing shop and we can work with you and your business to pinpoint effective and sound solutions for all your marketing needs. The vision for Pinpoint was and still is to make marketing simple for small businesses and to make it accessible. Introducing the award winning marketing expert, Nicole Martin I left the corporate world back in 2008 for a few reasons. One was to seek the elusive work/life balance whilst I had a young family and to secondly make a difference and to add value to my fellow small business. By seeking marketing advice from a professional agency like Pinpoint then I truly believe you have taken the first step to growing your business. I am a highly organised, experienced and reliable marketing professional as well as being a working mum to 2 children, Callum and Kayti and a wife to Shaun. For many years now, I/Pinpoint Marketing have been an active member of the Athena Network, including chair one of my two groups. Getting to know Nicole Martin My favourite colour is red (in case you hadn’t noticed!) and my favourite sayings are “Don’t put off doing tomorrow what you can do today” and “If you think it is expensive to use a professional, then try using an amateur first.” I am often mistakenly called Nicole Marketing instead of Nicole Martin, and also the red lady of the red marketing lady. I will answer to any of these titles by the way.


My biggest piece of advice would be to plan! Without a plan for your business and your marketing the whole business owner thing will become oberwhelming and unmanageable. Also, don't be afraid to ask for help and to oursource. Outsourcing could include home/personal tasks to do with the house or children as well as for the business such as admin, marketing, accounts etc. This will shortern your to do list and give you back valuable time to do what only you can do! And finally, know you why. Know your purpose and why you are doing something rather than doing somethink just because or as a tick box exercise.


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