Consultant

Bryony Thomas is a proven and experienced marketing consultant who delivers solid sales results. Her passion is in helping entrepreneurial businesses to make their marketing pay.

Strategic Marketing Consultancy

Many businesses do not fulfil their potential because their marketing operation simply isn’t watertight. This often happens because there’s a mis-match between what your company is trying to achieve, and what your marketing is focussed on. Other businesses may struggle to bridge the gap between marketing, sales, and service – wasting precious opportunities for both profit and long term reputation. Bryony works with managing directors and board level decision-makers to address these issues head on.

Find out more about Bryony’s strategic marketing consultancy

Small Business Marketing

Small and medium-sized businesses face specific challenges in managing growth on the tightest of budgets. Bryony’s Clear Thought Consulting team works with exactly these sorts of companies – helping them to out-think, rather than out-spend their competition. A typical assignment is a 12-month marketing transformation project that sees the implementation and refinement of a watertight marketing operation.

Find out more about Bryony’s small business marketing consultancy

Events

Watertight Marketing: how to stop your business leaking profits

07 May 2014
CIM

In this practical workshop session, Bryony Thomas will run through the Thirteen Touchpoint Leaks from her best-selling book, Watertight Marketing. With examples and discussion you will leave this session having identified and prioritised the profit leaks in your marketing operation.

CIM Small Business Marketing Conference

23 May 2014

Masterclass: How should the Engineering and Technology industry embrace Social Media, Marketing and Public Relations?

11 Mar 2014

Blog

Counting the costs of hard sell

The re-explaining Department

KashFlow achieves a 90% customer retention rate. An achievement their CEO, Duane Jackson, credits to removing the sales team.

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