MarketingFile's claim to fame - Small Business of the Week

by MarketingFile 21. February 2013 11:46

This week we are proud to announce that we have officially been crowned by Ingenious Britain as Small Business of the Week.

We have been presented with this unique badge and are proudly showing it off on all our social media sites.

In light of being #SBOTW we are hosting:
Print, Post & Data for only 55p.

We currently have a great offer running on Dun & Bradstreet and Callcredit data. We are providing you with Dun & Bradstreet and Callcredit data as well as our Print & Post fulfilment service for only 55p per item.  It’s too good to miss for your next direct marketing campaign. Register your interest today!

Showcasing our Talents

Just to showcase our talents at becoming Small business of the Week here are a few reasons why you should use us for your next direct marketing campaign.

Our Data.

We can provide you with over 4 million UK and 28 million European businesses, schools, and local governments by mail, email, telephone or fax.

We can also provide 35 million consumers at 20 million households all reachable by mail, email or telephone.

Our Services.

We can provide Print & Post mail fulfilment to take the hassle out of direct mail campaigns, starting from just 49p per item. That’s less than the cost of a second class stamp.

We can provide Email Broadcasting to make sure your email campaigns reach the intended recipients.

Our Specials.

In order to aid our services and make sure that they fulfil your requirements we have invented 100% Delivery Guaranteed. The best guarantee in the business which provides you with 50p per item towards your postage for mail goneaways and 5p-10p per item towards your broadcast costs for email hard bounces.

Get connected

You can follow Ingenious Britain on Twitter @ingeniousbrit and be in the chance to become their #SBOTW by entering their creative #PowerHour competition every Friday.  Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @MarketingFile.

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