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Eggscuse the pun, we only get the chance once a year! Here at The Marketing People, we all enjoy watching what’s going on in the world of Marketing. Easter is a great time of year for companies to use their

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You may have seen a few weeks ago our post about the BWCA conference. And how excited we were to not only work with them on the marketing of the event, but to be taking part ourselves. And we’re happy to

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So March has been another cram packed month for all of us at The Marketing People. First and foremost our MD David turned 21 again, and actually took a day off! All of you who know The Marketing People know

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We’ve been working towards the British Water Cooler Association – BWCA trade show and annual conference. Which takes place on the 17th March at The Nottingham Belfry. The BWCA represent the interests of the water cooler industry in the UK

Hi folks, It’s Lauren once again with news of what February has meant for The Marketing People. First of all the important bit, what have we been watching? Well we’ve all been watching Jessica Jones (at various paces), and are

Hi folks, It’s Lauren with your January update on all things Marketing People, and how we’ve been getting our 2016 started. After a very relaxing break with lots of movies and television being watched, we had lots of recommendations for

A very Merry Christmas from all of us at The Marketing People, have some fun Christmas facts and stats on us, take note of our closing times for the year, and we will see you in 2016.

We have been busy bees on our blog this year, doing our best to inform you of industry news, great marketing examples and methods of best practice. Below we have our 8 most popular blog posts this year.    

And we’re down to number one of our 12 Days of Christmas, and today we’re looking at … us! Normally our blog is reserved for advice, how to’s and examples of great marketing, but to end our countdown, we thought

  Following on from our blog on 10 things to think about when considering a CRM, I thought it only fair to share some insight on the CRM we use, and why we think it is a pretty nifty tool. Over