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Creativeworld: The Key Element for Property Marketing – Issue One

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Here at Creativeworld we have been working in the commercial property market for over 20 years, and are one of the county’s most recognised creative marketing companies. In this time we have had the pleasure of working with all types of professionals, from the highly charged property owner, the conservative pension fund manager, the property adviser and many other characters – creating some truly innovative and inspiring marketing literature along the way.

During the last few years the market has gone through some challenging times, with marketing budgets regularly being reduced, which is understandable due to the market conditions we currently find ourselves in. What is important to us is that our clients get good value for money and that every pound spent, is spent effectively. To completely cut marketing budgets is a little short sighted, we feel, we only have to look at leading companies and brands that affect our everyday life; they adjust their marketing to the current conditions, never cutting their budgets completely and there are many cases to prove this is the best way to move forward.

We use our vast wealth of experience in the industry to assist in the lease of properties all over the country; from print to digital brochures, in-house or bespoke style to create the impression of exclusivity, organising photography to show off the property to its full potential, designing a tailor made marketing strategy to best represent the property to potential suitors through advertisements and signage or creating a website where the information is available to all or accessed through secure links that can be monitored from anywhere in the world.

What is important for our clients is that we are able to take away a lot of time and effort in the production process, so they can concentrate on the strategy of selling the property and ensuring the deal runs as smoothly as possible. We ensure that deadlines are met, and with no hidden charges along the way, the initial budget agreed is what we work with, allowing you complete peace of mind. We pride ourselves on the quality of work we produce and through our expert team of passionate individuals, are able to create something truly special for each project we work on.

Included in this first issue is a sample of some of the instructions we have been involved with in recent times, give you an insight to what we can offer you as a creative agency.

 

Posted by Jack Dyson on 26th June 2013

Creativeworld Sales Executive set to take part in Charity Cycle

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Creativeworld’s very own Mr James Wood will this month be attempting to complete the LA fitness Capital to Coast Cycle Challenge 2013 for charity.

The 75 mile round event is an annual charity cycle ride taking competitors from London to Brighton and benefits two partner charities undertaking crucial work with children and adults – Norwood and the Down’s Syndrome Association.

I just can’t wait to get going if I’m honest; it’s a real honour to be taking part in something that benefits such important causes.

James has set a goal of £200.00 to be raised before the start of the cycle, which is due to take place on the 30th June.

I just can’t wait to get going if I’m honest; it’s a real honour to be taking part in something that benefits such important causes. I would really appreciate any donations made, even if it is just a few pounds… it all adds up and will make such a big impact on someone’s life.James added.

Anyone who would like to donate can do so by heading over to James’ ‘JustGiving Page’ the link can be found below.

www.justgiving.com/James-Wood16

Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity, making it the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

So please dig deep and donate now!

 

Posted by Jack Dyson on 19th June 2013

HRH Prince Edward, The Earl of Wessex to Perform Opening at Saturn House

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CW Advertising and ITFX Limited are delighted to announce that in the afternoon of 18th July 2006, His Royal Highness The Earl of Wessex will open Saturn House. During the celebrations, His Royal Highness is set to ‘unveil’ a unique and highly unusual digital plaque at the entrance to the new building, which is situated on Mercury Rise at Altham Business Park.

Completed in March 2006, Saturn House provides a stunning setting for the ongoing development of CW Advertising and ITFX Limited, the area’s leading advertising, marketing, PR and multi-media businesses. Both companies are housed within the superb new premises on Mercury Rise, which is certainly one of the premier office development sites in the East Lancashire area.

CW Advertising has been operating across the region for over 25 years and it is because of the company’s ongoing expansion, coupled with the development of sister company ITFX Limited that a move to new 9,000 sq ft. office premises was a necessity. Add to this a major investment in the latest networking and IT solutions and it is easy to see how Saturn House points the way forward for both firms.

The state of the art technology and facilities that the new building offers will enable more integrated and even more successful campaigns. In fact, it is less than three months since the move to new premises and everyone has settled into their task of providing effective, fully integrated marketing and new media solutions from the new purpose built headquarters.

Clive Wood, CW Advertising Managing Director commented:

“We are looking forward to welcoming HRH Prince Edward, The Earl of Wessex to Saturn House. The move to new premises represents a major step in the development of two of the region’s most respected advertising, marketing, PR and new media businesses and it will be an honour that His Royal Highness performs the opening of the building.”

The construction of Mercury Rise has revitalised the entrance to Altham Business Park. The development has been designed with conservation in mind, with a number of attractive features being incorporated into the ongoing development plans to give the site a more rural feel. To encourage outdoor recreation, a picnic area is to be added as part of the extensive landscape work.

Posted by Creativeworld on 3rd July 2006