Free creative advice

Restaurants offering delivery services, fitness venues giving online classes and wholesalers starting to deal directly with consumers are just a few examples of how businesses are getting creative to survive in these fast-paced changing times. To help Sussex companies, we’re offering a free ‘creative surgery’ where owners can receive professional advice and guidance.

It could be that a company would like to tap into a new market, change the way it trades, spread a message, or offer something different. Whatever the requirement, we would like to help with a creative approach.

Whilst the government announcements have given some relief in helping ensure much-valued staff will continue to earn a living, for any business owner this is still an extremely scary time.

Now more than ever local companies need to work together and offer support. We have a team of 36 marketing professionals, so what we can offer is free advice and a creative way to help owners ensure they have a business once the crisis is over. It’s not about developing an idea to rake in the money, but to protect the strong Sussex business community so it can once again thrive.

Sometimes you are too close to a situation and can’t see what to do, or you know you want to try to reach a new audience but you don’t know how to do it – if this is you, please get in contact and we will be happy to help and give you some guidance.

Businesses that would like to receive advice simply need to contact us and speak to me or Gina Hollands.

Share this on:

Peter Sutton
Managing Director

Article by:

Peter Sutton -
Managing Director

Driven by the desire to create the very best user experience for clients, Peter founded PMW almost 30 years ago, bringing with him a wealth of experience in the media and marketing industry.

Peter has led the creative team on numerous high-profile projects with clients including Sony, Born Free, British Heart Foundation, and Disney, to name but a few.

His hard work and dedication to clients has led to incredible results, winning acclaim and awards along the way. The small business he created now employs more than 30 staff and is a great source of pride to Peter.

He cites working on a millennium project to create the world’s largest time vault and organising Dame Vera Lynn’s 100th birthday celebrations among the highlights of his distinguished career.

A former athlete – excelling at both discus and shotput – these days dad of two Peter prefers to explore the countryside with his wife, Sandra, and their two labs, Oscar and Ash. He still finds time to complete the odd challenge though, taking on the gruelling Three Peaks and a blister-busting 100k non-stop walk from Putney to Henley, raising thousands of pounds for charity.