Inflowing launches all inclusive B2B marketing package for UK SMEs

Inflowing launches all inclusive B2B marketing package for UK SMEs

Today we’re launching a new all inclusive B2B marketing and creative package for SMEs for a flat fee of £5,000 per month excluding VAT.

Comprising everything a business needs to raise awareness, generate leads and close business through marketing – it’s designed as a turnkey approach for SMEs who want to supercharge their marketing without it costing the earth.

The individual components of the package are flexible to each business’ individual requirements, but typically involve: website design, SEO, email newsletters, brochure design, blogging, video production and social media management.

Daley Robinson, Managing Director at Inflowing, explains: “Typically, SMEs looking to invest in marketing resource and output will look to bring in a hands-on marketing manager. Costing anything up to £50,000, even a strong generalist is going to need a budget to cover off external spend with agencies – whether that’s design, SEO, web development or so on.

“Our package is designed as an all inclusive fee – covering the investment in people to do it, the tools and crucially, the content and creative production. Whether it’s some new flyers for a tradeshow, in-person support for a local event or tactical email marketing campaigns in support of year-end – it’s all included in our predictable monthly model.”

Inflowing’s disruptive £5k package provides customers with a skilled UK based team of three people: a strategist, a marketing executive and a creative designer who work as a virtual marketing and creative team. The highly experienced team build a proactive programme of activity in addition to covering off all the reactive needs of the organisation in a responsive manner.

The offering is on a minimum 12 month contract limited to organisations with a £10m turnover, or 50 employees (whichever is greater). The promotion excludes 3rd party costs such as printing, exhibition floor space, stock photography and ad budgets.