Having a great time working with the team at Social Energy. I’ve been working as a freelance digital content copywriter for this innovative renewable energy company since March. I’m also looking at the creative strategy for customer engagement and retention.
It’s great to be back at BPE Solicitors helping out the interim Marketing Manager and the rest of the team. It was like stepping back into a pair of old shoes. Everyone was really welcoming and I soon felt part of the team once more. I’m helping out whilst the current Marketing Manager is on maternity leave and have been writing and project managing brochures, writing collateral a major charity event, including social media – writing web copy, project managing video testimonials and various internal communications. Here’s a little something I had a hand in!
Brand Launch & Strategy
BPE is an entrepreneurial law firm working with entrepreneurial businesses and individuals. I was a member of the creative team responsible for the launch of their new Business People Brilliant People brand. We wanted to show that BPE is an integral part of a business team. They work with brilliant people and together achieve great things. It’s all about building relationships. So many service industries talk about what they do and don’t show what they do. Showing your strengths through the eyes of your clients is a powerful message, so that’s what we did and what we continue to do.
As part of the Endsleigh digital team it was my job to write blog posts and SEO driven content to engage students with travel, gadget, life and car insurance. The role included researching and writing content such as this piece about moving out of halls. Because I’m currently a mature Uni student myself in my third year and have made friends with many of my younger peers I know about the issues they face and so was perfectly placed to support Endsleigh in this role.
I’ve been retained by a great bunch of commercial property lawyers to re-write their website and help raise their profile amongst business in the South West. I’ll be updating this post as we start to make things happen, so watch this space!
I met Rob Rees MBE, founder of the Wiggly Worm charity in September. I’d heard about his launch of the No Child Hungry campaign at the Gloucestershire Business Awards. I suggested to one of my clients, BPE Solicitors, that NCH would be a great fit with their firm. BPE’s brand is all about entrepreneurialism and Rob and his Wiggly Worm charity is certainly that. BPE is now supporting Rob’s No Child Hungry Gloucestershire campaign.
So, I’ve just finished a four month contract at Endsleigh Insurance. I’ve been working with the digital team helping to re-write their website which is due for an upgrade in September. Although I’ve worked for financial services clients before I can honestly say I’ve never met such a great bunch of people. Right from the start I was made to feel at ease by everyone in the team.
Thanks everyone, it was great getting to know you all, and a big thank you for my lovely flowers – hopefully see you all again soon!
Take a look at my work here.
Inclusive dance production company, Gdance, had just come through a period of restructure, it had lost direction and become confused about its offer, trying to be all things to all men. Funding streams had dried up and the Charity had to make some difficult decisions. A new streamlined Gdance was looking to affirm its position as a leading ambassador and creator of leading inclusive dance theatre productions and films.