Business development agency, Blueberry Marketing Solutions, are proud to announce they have become a Northern Powerhouse partner. This will see them strengthen their involvement in promoting the North of England as a global competitor for securing investment, businesses and talent.
The Northern Powerhouse is a government initiative aimed at establishing the northern economy as global leader with a flourishing private sector and a highly skilled population. As a northern based company, Blueberry Marketing are championing the role small businesses play in building the regional economy.
Faresh Maisuria, Managing Director, commented:
“With 71.5% of businesses across the North of England being an SME, it is crucial that they are represented in driving growth and shaping our region as we move forward. By becoming a Northern Powerhouse partner, we are proud to be one of the many voices for small businesses and are passionate about doing the role justice. We believe it is crucial that SMEs play a key role in securing the North as a leader for the creative and digital sector. Our commitment to representing small businesses includes being members of the Small Business Charter which will see us attend their Summer Reception at the House of Lords in June. They aim to strengthen the role business schools play in supporting small businesses, local economies and student entrepreneurship. As we are partners of the Government’s Northern Powerhouse Programme, this will see us continue to strive to lay the path for success and support other growing businesses.”
Blueberry Marketing is a business development agency based with offices in Leeds and Manchester, helping clients from the public and private sector reach their business development objectives through B2B direct marketing. Blueberry are enhancing the way telemarketing is delivered by integrating digital processes to engage B2B audiences effectively. Working across the public and private sector they deliver across three core services; B2B marketing data, business engagement and market research. Some of their clients include Department for International Trade, London South Bank University and First Group. Blueberry Marketing’s team has grown by 50% over the last three years following a move to grow their expertise in the public sector and expanding their client projects into marketing automation, content and creative.