Rushall Marketing is a small business marketing and development consultancy.
We will steer your marketing in a clear direction to make
the most of your budget and grow your business.
Heading in the right direction?
Just like in sport, winning in business needs a clear plan of action. And the playing field keeps changing. Your customers want different things. Your competitors make a new move.
Keeping it simple
The marketing world is rife with jargon. Social media seems to have made this worse. Do you wish someone could help you cut through the noise and make sense of it all for you?
Flexible marketing support
Do you sometimes feel your marketing activity is falling short of success? You’ve tried a lot of things but don’t know if they worked. Or you simply have too much on and need a hand.
Thank you for taking the time to present at our Company Seminar. The word at dinner from the troops is that they all very much appreciated your talk and found the content most interesting. Plus, your presentation scored the highest marks on the feedback forms.
I too made a few notes as you “refreshed” my memory! Once again, very many thanks.
Liz Rushall is a very thorough and dedicated marketing consultant. Her work is very high quality and as such I would recommend her to anyone.
We are so impressed with the new identity and website, it looks fantastic. The videos tell our story and the site flows really nicely. It really brings a touch of class not to mention the fantastic written content, which is very well balanced.
It’s been a pleasure serving with you as Chair [RYA Participation and Membership Committee]. Sorry to hear you’re standing down Liz – I agree that Charles will make a great successor – although he has big boots to fill and the bigger task of keeping us all in order.
I couldn’t agree more and would certainly like to echo Alice’s words. Your work and effort on this project has surpassed all our expectations and the presentation was absolutely spot on. It certainly provokes interesting discussion for the afternoon.
Creating and managing a workable strategy takes commitment and perseverance. Any top athlete will tell you that achieving regular, consistent results take time. I’ve found that many small business owners are busy doing what they do and lack the bandwidth to step back to look at the big picture and carry out regular marketing activities.
That’s where Rushall Marketing can help! I have been supporting small businesses with their marketing and business development activities for over 10 years and would love to hear from you. I have marketing solutions to suit any size budget and you are welcome to give me a call to see how I can assist you.
Take a look.
See a selection of my client work.
Our challenge: Yacht Tec specialist manufacturers of bespoke Superyacht passerelles and gangways, were bought by new owners in 2014. This high quality engineering company had recently finished a major project…
Our challenge Wickens Engineering are a family owned manufacturer of industrial racking, originally for retail and distribution centres. A highly price sensitive, commodity-driven sector, Wickens were seeking to target some…
Our challenge: When Zhik performance sailing clothing approached me in 2014, it was a relatively unknown brand in the UK, except among the top level competitive sailors. The brand had…
Our challenge: Portsmouth based Portsdown Group Practice is an entrepreneurial and expanding group of GP surgeries. In 2014 the Group was considering setting up some independent, commercial clinics associated with…
Our challenge: Following extensive development work and testing during the 2011/12 Volvo Ocean Race, Exposure Lights were seeking to break into the marine leisure market with their range of powerful…
Our challenge: Elvstrom Sails is a well established brand in the marine industry. However, the UK agency for the brand had gone through a bumpy ride, by the time the…
Property company Allied Developments were finding sales a little slow during 2015 summer for their stunning Solent Shores apartments in Gunard, near Cowes on the Isle of Wight. They asked…