What sort of marketing do you do? someone asked recently….

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I am a designer with a business background and have developed different ways of marketing. I look at the whole company and it’s strategy and bring in specific experts depending on the companies requirements. 

I do some soft social media for a few clients but for a stronger campaign outsource to specialist providers especially if hard core lead generation is needed. 

I enjoy marketing and project managing with several clients on a retainer basis where I become part of their company, team and successful development. This has enabled me to get involved with video, animation and unusual direct marketing and 3D printing.

“Effective & professional ways of communicating to your targeted market across media including sales literature, print, digital and web. 

Planning your strategy and finding exciting ways to engage with your audience, being different and keeping up with digital marketing on social media, incorporating animation and video also. 

Creative concepts and communication – let us take the weight off you and fully project manage your design and marketing activity across many platforms.”

Happy to have a chat to see if we can help. For example we recently quoted for a Marine company in the UK to do all their exhibition stands globally, marketing material and email/social media/website nearer the time.

The beauty of what we offer is that we are not tied into any other company so our clients come first and experience the ‘why not effect’ and we go that extra mile….hope that helps….

One question for you… What are you looking for? what help would you like? and what are you trying to achieve?

 

Brand Strategy Workshop

Brand Strategy Workshop

Brand Strategy Workshop

We recently launched our inaugural Brand Strategy Workshop, 5 business people attended at our studio in Cheshire, the comments/reviews blew us away and can be seen below with the content details and information.

We are planning to runs these regularly, concentrating on small numbers and quality so that candidates get the best interaction and support. Apart from the wealth of knowledge and content – the added extra gold dust, is the interact and input from each other, at one point I sat back for a few minutes watching it take off, we also have a good mix of personalities, experience and sectors. 

The main feedback and notes to myself were that we need more time as the candidates wanted to bounce off ideas off each other whilst they had an audience and sounding board, also I will take out some bits for future workshops, in my eagerness to communicate more, I must remember ‘less is more’. 

In a previous career I was trained very highly as a trainer and have a wealth of experience to draw on, it is great for me to use my skills in the Design and Marketing arena and look forward to many more, also a Part 2 may well be on the books for a more in-depth Marketing Strategy.

Brand Strategy Workshop

What's involved in a brand strategy workshop 

In today’s market, there are so many buzz words and brand headings that people/businesses are getting confused and dizzy about what they are doing with their businesses.

Getting back to basics –
What does your company do?
Who are your target audience?
What is the essence of your service/product/company – UPS’s
What pain does your offering solve?

Brand strategy benefits

Triple your business and get ahead of your competitors by being noticed visually and with good communication!

 

We will cover – The ‘WWWWWH’

  • Brand essence
  • How a Brand is developed and used inc. colours/typography etc
  • Brand Identity – Vision and Voice
  • Brand positioning
  • Brand Strategy
  • Communication
  • Target Market
  • Marketing strategy

This will be done in an interactive format with input and tasks relevant to their businesses and sectors.

Beforehand – Kate will have a scheduled discussion to find out what the participants would like to achieve and benefit from the workshop.

There will be limited places – max. 6.
Duration – 4 hours including breaks, drinks and snacks/sandwiches/fruit

Time – 10.00am – 2pm

Cost – £150.00 plus VAT

Please contact Kate Fox on studio@foxgraphicsdesign.co.uk or 07927 131600 to see if this is the correct event for you, limited numbers.

Brand strategy workshop reviews

‘Fabulous workshop Kate: professionally run, with excellent content that we all found extremely useful for our future branding & message!

I attended Fox Graphic’s “Design, Brand & Marketing Strategy” Workshop today. Professional presentation and interactive sessions, and all of us learnt the importance of getting your brand message right in 3 simple steps. Highly recommended.’

Kathryn Spencer

‘I attended one of Kate’s branding workshop and it was superb. Very interactive and engaging. I learnt a lot more about how important to get your branding content out there more effectively. Also examining marketing strategies and creating a killer sentence to gain more business! It was one of the best workshops I have ever attended. Thankyou Kate.

Of course lots of fruit and snacks were on offer. Thankyou Kate.’

Kerry Burgess – Cheshire Marketing  

Helping businesses grow & achieve increased revenue by targeted leaflet distribution & social media.

Brand Strategy Workshop

‘This week I attended the inaugural branding workshop by Fox Graphics at their Macclesfield office it was a brilliant session great group of people brain storming all helping each other with our businesses. I would highly recommend Kate, she is fantastic at what she does and has the experience to guide you whether you are a new start up or existing business that’s needs a refresh or simply just want to spend time with like-minded people and get some inspiration!

Excellent, very inspirational

Thank you for your help and support’

Jacqueline Eyre

‘Thank you for your workshop today it exceeded all my expectations’

‘from my point of view I found the workshop very educational and insightful in terms of overall brand strategy. Your interactive approach also meant that we were all able to focus on our own individual bossiness as-well giving each other supporting feedback. An excellent workshop indeed.’

John Galloway  – Co Founder Speed Of Sight / BNI Graphene President

“Just a quick note to say how much I really enjoyed today’s workshop. The real value came from the interplay between you as our “expert” Facilitator / Workshop Leader and ALL the delegates attending!! You were able to expertly guide us through a complex business process  – as we in turn helped each other out during the workshop with very constructive suggestions regarding our many individual business challenges? I would not hesitate to recommend Fox Graphics Design & Marketing to support SME businesses (and bigger?) to understand what they really need to do to significantly grow their business and profitability. As always Kate your inputs are expert, wise and fun!! (plus you kept us all well fed and watered throughout the day!!)”

John Place MBA FCIPD

 

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Brand Strategy Workshop

Treat your business to a branding MOT.

Kate Fox
Kate Fox

“Design adds value & we’re here to help businesses improve & strengthen their market communication & message.”

Established in 2008, FGDM work with a diverse range of businesses to help them improve their market image involving branding, digital, animation/video, websites, direct marketing, exhibitions, marketing material designed to build and bolster brands.

Business Innovation Award

Blog Innovation Award

I hope you had a relaxing, recharging summer and productive time. I just thought that I would say hello. And thank everyone for all your kind and supportive words, these have touched me and were totally unexpected.

This award has been fun, totally unexpected and no dinner ceremony which would have cost thousands, but as it is Cheshire, I asked my friend and colleague to do this image of me at the top of a hill with the fantastic area of Cheshire behind me, before the green grass turned brown. What a great place to live and work! Thank you to all my clients, associates and friends.

Based in Macclesfield, Cheshire, Fox Graphics Design & Marketing supports a range of clients, helping them to grow and become more visual in their professional arena. We spoke to Creative Director Kate Fox to learn more about the firm’s work and her pride in the success it has achieved.

Since its inception in 2008 Fox Graphics Design has worked hard to achieve success, working closely with its clients so that they can focus on their business and clients, safe in the knowledge that their branding, marketing and design needs are all met. It is Kate’s vast experience in the industry and commitment to excellence for her valued clients, that ensures that they keep coming back for more, as we found out.

“Through my work at Fox Graphic Design, I help ambitious business owners grow their business, and make sure their customers see them in their best light. To achieve this, I draw on my years of knowledge and experience to create branding and visuals that convey the right messages to the right people, help you plan and execute your marketing campaigns, all while letting our clients do what they do best; run their company. We can take care of everything from branding a clients’ company, to creating a stand out exhibition display, to even managing their marketing from beginning to end.

“Whatever project they ask us to undertake, when working with our clients we listen continually so that we can understand the client’s needs. By taking the time to gain an insight and develop strategic design solutions we are able to help their business grow and thrive. We can help companies enhance and expand their image/message and take them into new markets while consolidating their position on all media platforms alongside traditional methods.”

With regards to the future, it is Kate’s belief that her firm will continue to expand and enhance its offering over the coming years, using its current achievements as a springboard from which to launch itself into the global market, as she proudly concludes.

“As we look ahead, our plans are to develop Fox Graphics Design by adding adventurous decision makers that are driven to success in their fields to our already exceptional team. The next decade will also see us expand internationally, growing our global reach to ensure that we continue to provide our award-winning services for many more years.”

Company: Fox Graphics Design & Marketing

Address: Studio 42, Beechfield House, Winterton Way, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 0LP, UK

Phone: 01625 468038

Some pointers on thinking and planning exhibition stands and marketing events.

Blog Exhibiting

First time exhibiting! Here are some tips!

Make Sure You Go to the Right Exhibit

Exhibiting can be an expensive and demanding process in terms of time, money and people you want to stack the odds in your favour early on.

Going to the right exhibition is a good start.

The first step is to do some homework:

Visit the exhibitions you are thinking of attending,

Talk to people that have exhibited there before (you can usually find a list of exhibitors in old tradeshow handbooks or online).

Ask the exhibition organizers what sort of marketing activities they have done in order to promote the event.

Find out about:

The amount of people that visit the show

The sorts of exhibits and displays at the show and the ones that are drawing the biggest crowds.

And ask yourself are the people attending the show your target market

 

  1. Have a clear set of goals and set explicit realistic objectives

Is the aim of attending an exhibit:

To increase brand awareness?

Increase your client list by 5%?

Launch a new product or service?

Reposition the business or a product?

Generate leads?

Do you have a clear picture of your target audience?

If you cannot answer the question: “Why am I here?” – you are probably in the wrong place.

A clear statement of your goals and measures of success will help you:

Choose the exhibition you want to participate in

The sort of display you want

The people you need to bring

The gifts, publications, information and merchandise you might need

Even the competitions or lead generating activities you want to use

In addition measurable goals will help you evaluate your exhibition experience.

 

  1. You Have 3 Seconds

Typically as an exhibitor you can expect no more than three seconds of a passerby’s attention.

In those three seconds your typical target audience visitor need to understand:

Who you are

What you do

 

  1. Make Sure You Have the Right People on the Stand

The people on your stand are your brand and business ambassadors.

Staff need to be:

Knowledgeable about the product or service as well as the business

Appropriately dressed

Be aware of and follow exhibition etiquette (no gum, no personal calls, be attentive)

Remember: A good sales person may not be as good at the exhibition as the rolls of engagement are different.

Pre-show training is a must.

Have A Decision Maker Available

Have a decision maker available. Trade show and exhibitions are places where decisions are made and deals are arranged.

Make sure you have a decision maker at the stand or ready access to one.

 

  1. Find a Balance

It may be tempting, especially at your first trade show to go all out and aim to make a big impression.

As a first time exhibitor it is important to find a balance between making an impact and staying in budget.

(Credit to Gill Keinan)

We try to think and prepare for every eventuality so that there are no surprises and our clients are confident and happy with their exhibit – Happy to listen and help!

Shout out your product/service or concept. Keep it simple, effective and wave your flag!

We like to be in on the discussions early in the company’s planning to market themselves in the world arena or locally, so that we can get under the skin of what the message is and try to ensure the final design, impact and message has the effect required and ROI.

Those companies that have not exhibited at large fairs and abroad will benefit from having the whole message looked at and planned, ensuring that when clients are standing at their exhibit selling and promoting their company, they have all the tools, sales material and visual message to help them do their jobs effectively and professionally.

Hope this is helpful, contact Kate at Fox Graphics Design & Marketing for a chat to see if we can help. Free consultation – www.foxgraphicsdesign.co.uk    m: 07927 131600

More examples and information about exhibitions – https://foxgraphicsdesign.co.uk/what-we-do/exhibition-stand/

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Follow the Fox!

Cutting edge visual communication! Follow the Fox…..

Follow the Fox….using animation, typography, branding, colour and creativity + upbeat music, we have created and executed this fantastic fresh, classy, contemporary and cutting edge visual communication!

View animation here please!

We have launched our new animation branding, to demonstrate that within 45 seconds businesses can communicate and engage globally. The visual imagery and core messages, including what people say about the company are communicated in a easy to digest visual method whilst reinforcing the brand with contact details for the website and social media icons.

Whilst relaxing drinking a coffee or on the move in the increasingly busy technological noise in business, we hope that this puts a spring in your step and a smile in a busy working day!

Inspiration

Guillaume Apollinaire (French: [ɡijom apɔlinɛʁ]; 26 August 1880 – 9 November 1918) was a French poet, playwright, short story writer, novelist, and art critic of Polish descent.

Apollinaire is considered one of the foremost poets of the early 20th century, as well as one of the most impassioned defenders of Cubism and a forefather of Surrealism. He is credited with coining the term “cubism” in 1911 to describe the emerging art movement and the term “surrealism” in 1917 to describe the works of Erik Satie. The term Orphism (1912) is also his. Apollinaire wrote one of the earliest Surrealist literary works, the play The Breasts of Tiresias (1917), which became the basis for the 1947 opera Les mamelles de Tirésias.

Two years after being wounded in World War I, Apollinaire died in the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918; he was 38.

Inspiration from Calligrammes whilst studying at University

Calligrammes:Poems of Peace and War 1913-1916, is a collection of poems by Guillaume Apollinaire which was first published in 1918 (see 1918 in poetry). Calligrammes is noted for how the typeface and spatial arrangement of the words on a page plays just as much of a role in the meaning of each poem as the words themselves – a form called a calligram. In this sense, the collection can be seen as either concrete poetry or visual poetry. Apollinaire described his work as follows:

The Calligrammes are an idealisation of free verse poetry and typographical precision in an era when typography is reaching a brilliant end to its career, at the dawn of the new means of reproduction that are the cinema and the phonograph. (Guillaume Apollinaire, in a letter to André Billy)[2]

Follow the Fox…….

Call Kate on 01625 468038 Cheshire

02037 802160 London

(001) 833 253 5676 USA

www.foxgraphicsdesign.co.uk

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I would also like to thanks Gary Carse and his team (Sian & Ash) for their support and patience with this commission and highly recommend them, they took my vision and between us, turned my animation into reality. Thank You!
Follow the Fox…….

Whilst relaxing drinking a coffee or on the move in the increasingly busy technological noise in business, we hope that this puts a spring in your step and a smile in a busy working day!

Follow the Fox, for advice on getting customers to take note of your brand, how to develop your brands image and becoming memorable!

Call Kate on 01625 468038 Cheshire

02037 802160 London

(001) 833 253 5676 USA

www.foxgraphicsdesign.co.uk

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Supporting ‘Prevent Breast Cancer’ charity

Prevent Breast Cancer, our purpose is in our name.

Prevent Breast Cancer, our purpose is in our name.

Our little pebble in the pond!

Fox Graphics Design & Marketing has for many years promoted charities through business, instead of giving our time for free or money, we have felt that supporting and helping to raise awareness within the business community of chosen charities is more effective and has been proven so, with our first charity many years ago – KidsCan, see the story here! and how the ripples on the pond kept going.

The reason we have chosen this charity to go on Kate’s cards is that she lost a friend 18 months ago to Breast Cancer and it was awful because although detected early she unfortunately had the one type that was not curable. She also has many happy friends that have been lucky enough to survive this, by early diagnosis.

If you would also like to do this, please get in touch as Kate will prepare the artwork free of charge.

Prevent Breast Cancer, our purpose is in our name.

Predict. Prevent. Protect. You could call it our mantra.

As the only UK charity entirely dedicated to the prediction and prevention of breast cancer, we’re committed to freeing the world from the disease altogether. Unlike many cancer charities, we’re focused on preventing, rather than curing. Promoting early diagnosis, screening and lifestyle changes, we believe we can stop the problem before it starts. And being situated at the only breast cancer prevention centre in the UK, we’re right at the front-line in the fight against the disease.

Our Purpose

Our purpose is simple: to create a future free from breast cancer, where there is no before or after diagnosis. And thanks to better predictive tools and early intervention, we truly believe that for future generations, breast cancer will be a thing of the past. This means acting now, to help more people live a life that’s free from the disease. It means funding research aimed solely at preventing breast cancer. And it means creating a world where thousands of people are spared from ever experiencing the pain and suffering it causes. Put simply, our purpose is in our name.

We Predict – by identifying who is at risk of breast cancer.
We Prevent – by offering preventative interventions, to stop breast cancer before it starts.
We Protect – by shielding future generations from breast cancer.

Registered Charity Number 1109839, Prevent Breast Cancer, Registered in England No: 4831397

Exerts from previous blog about how this works well with charities –

‘It’s not an advert – it’s a dedicated space,’ Kate explains. ‘We wanted it to have the right message, which isn’t about us being great, it’s about raising the profile of this charity.’

The actions of Fox Graphics demonstrate the way in which any business can help a charity, regardless of money, if they choose to think in a very open-minded way.
The exposure that Fox Graphics generated for KidsCan enabled people to see not only the good that KidsCan was doing, but also the good that Fox Graphics was doing.

‘It was a pebble in the pond and the ripples were unbelievable,’ Kate explains. ‘I did it to help them, not thinking it would help me!’

At networking events it became the perfect icebreaker, stimulating conversation as people wanted to find out more about the charity and the reasoning behind Kate’s decision to help them. Kate believes that her business was highly regarded for the values it showed through its connection with a charity. Fox Graphics was shown to be run by decent people, people that others wanted to do business with.

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Fox Graphics Design & Marketing Re-brand

Design & Marketing Re-brand

We have finally found time to re-brand with the Marketing wing of the Fox business. We coincided our branding with the Co-hosting event on Valantine’s day with Macclesfield Chamber of Commerce and 2 other companies. (see previous blog here).

We have invested in some lovely laptop/ipad shoulder bags, posh pens and A3 desk pads, alongside the new fresh marketing banners and website. watch this space on the logo! I can highly recommend the items, people just say ‘oooh, is that for me!’ and smile or they say ‘pressies’. Giving is great, and people always like a pressie! we don’t just give pressies we give time to listen, help and share ideas with clients, contacts and people who are thinking of going into business on their own!

We have started finding our own niche after 18 months of relaunching from having a year of being seriously ill, whilst keeping Fox Graphics in business. We are heading into celebrating ‘being in business for 10 years’ in June this year. I started the business having finished my degree at MMU in Graphic Design and just jumped into setting up Fox Graphics.

Having had 12 years of senior operational management experience in the Hotel and Catering industry nationally and overseas. Then International recruitment experience and training the long term unemployed back into work, I had a whole range of skills to call on that I didn’t realise I needed to set up a business. oh yes, and no one told me it was the beginning of a recession!

At the time, I was by then a single mother with a teenager. I had only gone to Macclesfield College to learn how to switch on a computer and 6 years later I came out of MMU with a first class degree! So, I’m current, seriously techie and on the far spectrum of creative, which was normal for me, I just thought everyone else was the same as me until I met my class mates at uni and found that I had finally met a group of people who were similar.

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my playgrounds…

I had a very different upbringing where my Father lived in Paris, behind the Sacre Coeur, my Auntie in Switzerland, and my family in Cheshire, oh, and Anglesey! So my playgrounds were watching artists in Paris and spending days with my brother absorbing the art and world of the Champs Elyses, La Louvre, museums, art galleries, cathedrals, the posters on the Metro and all that was creative in Geneva, in the Alps and London. Years later I realised that my eyes had been taking pictures for research in my head and I still do that.

These are my resources that enable me to keep designing and keep fresh. Someone asked me recently, how do you know it is a good logo. I know instinctively and all our work is crafted creatively, proudly designing for the business, company, sector, person not to trend. Being ahead of the trend and knowing what might be next or in front of the next style is the clever thing.

I am so excited about this next chapter in the Fox business. Digital marketing, video, animation, technology and virtual reality has well and truly arrived and businesses need to jump on board, embrace it and engage! We can help your company find the best methods of achieving your goals and outcomes with design, marketing and a dose of common sense whilst being different and grabbing attention and moving forward.

Thank you for all the support from my friends, colleagues, clients and connections who have helped us evolve! and I’m just loving our new HQ!

Kate Fox, Fox Graphics Design & Marketing

www.foxgraphicsdesign.co.uk

Valentine’s Day – Visual Communication – Radbroke Hall – Barclays/Macclesfield Chamber of Commerce

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Visual Communication – Branding

“Learning to love Visual Communication” at Radboke Hall

And what a lovely time we had at the Barclay’s Radbroke Hall, in leafy Cheshire

Visual Communication – Branding – It started with snow and sleet, arriving at Radbroke Hall with loads of boxes and banners and pens, bags, A3 desk pads and not forgetting Paul’s balloons, as it was Valentine’s day after all. oh, yes, the chocolate!

We walked through a tunnel of beautifully fragrant red roses that you only ever see on Valentine’s day, they have their own florist on site at the Barclays Cyber Technology Centre Radbroke, Knutsford WA16 9EU

We had to be checked and provide ID to be able to enter very restricted areas and be escorted to the suite where we were to co-host the event with Darren from Point Blank Digital and Paul from CANvideography, the event was organised by Macclesfield Chamber of Commerce and Barclays PLC.

After setting up, we welcomed the guests, networked and then got going! Sue Bowden introduced the event with a welcome!

and then we all introduced ourselves and started our 15 minute table presentations.

Paul talked about Videography, Darren Social Media and Digital Marketing and myself, Kate, Branding.

15 minute table presentations

We had a discussion at the tables followed by luncheon and more networking, speeches and thanks afterwards followed by a fantastic tour around the Barclays Technology Centre, where we saw the workings behind the banking scenes to try to win the fight against cyber attacks on our banking system and the control room. Security is incredibly high, as you would imagine and no pictures could be taken. We also saw the original Hall and facilities.

The day was a great success and we met a varying range of people, sectors, organisations and hopefully they went away thinking differently about their marketing and visual communication.

We enjoyed good feedback and everyone said they learnt something from the day,

A Big Thank You to Sue and her team at Macclesfield Chamber of Commerce and Barclays PLC at Radbroke Hall.

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A lovely day had by all!

Please enjoy the pictures attached to this article, taken by various hosts on the day.

Kate Fox

Fox Graphics Design & Marketing

07927 131600

Kate@foxgraphicsdesign.co.uk

www.foxgraphicsdesign.co.uk

Here to listen and help!

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MD praises Fox Graphics for being instrumental in growing turnover to £25m

It started with a logo….

The ideas, creativity and expertise of the team at Fox Graphics have been instrumental in helping a thriving chemicals distribution firm grow its turnover to £25m.

Co-founder and director of Castle Chemicals Ltd, Jeffrey Muff, says that Fox Graphics has increased his firm’s global profile dramatically above competitors’ in the ‘mature, conservative’ market in which it operates.

MD praises Fox Graphics for being instrumental in growing turnover to £25m

Competitors praised our stand

Jeffrey said:  “The single most effective piece of work was our new display stand and supporting materials that Fox Graphics conceived for our first exhibition in SE Asia in 2016.   We had a fresh and exciting presence.  Other exhibitors were coming up to us to compliment us on it.”

Now Castle Chemicals, which supplies performance additives to the rubber, paint, surface coatings, textile and adhesive industries, has secured Fox Graphics’ talents via an additional, consultancy retainer, just to have ideas from owner Kate Fox and the team on tap.

It’s a far cry from when Castle first hired Fox Graphics, back in January 2010, to redesign its logo. Turnover then was £8m.

The initial brief

Jeffrey said: “It started with a simple request but with Kate’s skills, expertise, drive, determination and foresight, she has made us move a long, long way forward in business.”
“Kate has dragged us, kicking and screaming at times, to where she wants us to be, which is where we needed to be.”

“She is commercially-minded, which makes all the difference.  She knows time is valuable. If a meeting is scheduled to last one hour she will make sure it doesn’t run over.”

Company video is commissioned

“Kate also commissioned the company video, now on our website, which we are very pleased with.”
Fox Graphics had conceived the video in response to a brief to devise an additional creative tactic to engage new contacts at exhibitions in Thailand and Malaysia.
Its team used imagery and graphics to convey in a pacey, visual way, the ethos of the company and scope of its product offerings in just 2 mins 45 seconds.

Jeffrey added:  “Kate is always conscious about budget and costs.  She is very economical with what she quotes us.  She’s very conscious that we are here to run a business and realises it is support work she is doing for us. “She’s one of the Castle Chemicals family.  Our business wouldn’t be as successful as it is today without Fox Graphics.”

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The expanded brief

From that initial brief to update the logo, stationery and business cards, Fox Graphics moved on to design and build the firm’s first website, as well as brochures, document folders, other printed materials and branding for the CRM system, plus a rebrand to coincide with the Castle’s expansion into bigger premises in 2014/15.

For the aforementioned game-changing exhibition in SE Asia, Fox Graphics also provided branded brochures, canvas bags/pens to give away, and branded dresses or cotton shirts for the exhibition team.

Jeffrey added:  “If it hadn’t been for Kate, we’d have left our branding and marketing on the back burner.”

“Kate never stands still and her ideas and solutions are always fresh and appealing.”  
“She introduced us to social media, which has not necessarily delivered sales yet, but is getting us known among new contacts, including new suppliers, who we’re always on the lookout for.”

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Thank you to Jeffrey Muff – Director at Castle chemicals Ltd.

You can see their video on the home page of their website – www.castlechemicals.com

We really appreciate all the lovely words and have enjoyed working with you for the past 8 years and am looking forward to our next creative commissions and brain storming mornings in the future,

Kate Fox, Fox Graphics Design & Marketing

Happy to listen and help!

You can always get me on my mobile – 07927 131600

www.foxgraphicsdesign.co.uk