Making Marketing Progress

Making Marketing Progress

The summer months are a slow time for many businesses, and mine’s no exception this year. For the last couple months I’ve been hard at work developing a sales and marketing plan for my consulting business. My goal is to fill up my client roster in September with clients in the Cambridge / Kitchener / Waterloo area and Greater Toronto Area of Ontario, Canada (wink, wink to you folks reading this).

Over the next week or so I expect to reveal some of the materials my folks and I have been working on. The first is this sexy new PDF, advertising my consulting services at Papercut Project Monitoring! I’m really pleased with how it turned out, so take a gander and pass it on!

Papercut Project Monitoring - Marketing Flyer

By the way: I do offer referral incentives…feel free to ask me about them!

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I’m a professor of project management at the college where I work. My students continually amaze me with their insights, passion and all-around awesomeness. I figure they deserve access to more answers than I can give them by myself. This site is for them.
  • Anonymous

    I love the bold colors. Whoever is doing your design work is doing a great job. Seeing the paper airplane made me chuckle. Still, the continuity of branding is there. All you need now is an “Old Spice” guy and you’ll be viral.

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  • I think the “Old Spice” guy might be busy being wealthy so I’ll have to find another approach! 🙂 Thanks for the comment, though! 😀

  • Rory

    /Old Spice Guy

    Look at this project. Now look at me. Back to the project. Now back to me. Sadly, this project isn’t me, but if you hire PaperCut, your project could smell like me.

  • Aging and bloated? 😉

  • Bellamy Valerie

    Love the design and concept. Bang on, Geoff. Nice!