We specialise in project management, stakeholder engagement
and start-up and enterprise support and marketing for local authorities, architects and specialist consultancies and with large business and financial services companies.
In places we launch and improve street markets, create opportunities for businesses to thrive via start-up and enterprise programmes and build communication programmes to reach a wide range of stakeholders.
For businesses, we join sales and marketing together to launch new services, create and deliver marketing campaigns to grow clients and accounts, build market presence and client relationships and develop compelling stories using your customer and contract data.
We bring a strong network and expertise from the private sector and local government to manage projects that impact high streets and grow client relationships.
We consult, create and manage projects from inception to evaluation in a no-nonsense, practical way making sense of disparate strands to deliver cost effective results.
At the Assembly Line we launch new services and build client relationships for business services companies and those working with local government.
We do this by advising people in senior, client-facing roles on their messaging and business development, particularly in regulated services businesses.
A project to examine the health of businesses on Walworth Road to develop a medium-term economic vision for the high street in the context of the redevelopment of Elephant & Castle town centre.
A public consultation, working with the council’s Insight Team to devise a trader and customer survey, run drop-in sessions and use the response data to produce a three year strategy for five street markets.
Developing a customer showcase using infographics, case studies and video to create compelling stories about customers, clients, places and companies to uncover the stories behind the data.
Walthamstow High Street was the capital’s first-ever Night Time Enterprise Zone. We led on business engagement to understand the challenges facing businesses and the support needed to open later.
STREET MARKETS REVIEWED
NEW B2B SERVICES LAUNCHED
PROJECTS FOR LOCAL AUTHORITIES
What are the success factors to attract investment and can they be reimagined as business locations? We’re researching New Brighton and Folkestone to find out.
With many people citing a much stronger connection with local and the suburban/neighbourhood versus central area recovery pattern, it makes sense to market the local area more.