I provide a freelance marketing and studio support service for creators and makers, currently working with jewellers and milliners.
Perhaps you are a designer/maker looking for similar in-house support. How can I help?
The type of support I provide can be tailored precisely around your needs.
I would usually arrange an initial meeting face-to-face at your studio, to have a conversation and so that I can understand your needs. After this we would jointly create a document to highlight what I would take care of.
That said, I know it’s useful to provide a few examples of the type of work I’m doing with current clients. Here are a few examples:
Marketing, written and visual communication
-Working together to create a marketing strategy and timetable for the year, working across in-person events, e-mail, social media and website.
-Edit or update maker profile for website and applications.
-Work with you to document your current work-in-progress or recent designs, creating a resource of photos ready to use. Writing engaging copy and scheduling social media posts and e-mail newsletters.
-Helping to make your website more visible on search engines – researching and helping you choose relevant keywords for your business, and from there creating a blogging plan. Creating written and visual content for an engaging blog that will bring new visitors to your site.
-Online shop: editing and formatting images. Uploading new products, creating engaging copy for product descriptions.
-Retail and trade show preparation: submit show applications, assist with display design, preparation and making. Assist with range planning and line sheets.
-Manage stockist relations, sales and stock levels. Research and approach potential new stockists. Select stock to send, create delivery notes, pack and despatch stock.
-Manage client relations, welcome visitors to the studio if applicable. Draft e-mails to re-connect with past clients. Assist with general administration support, to ensure the studio is running smoothly and you can focus on your making.
Do you have any questions? Just drop me a line below.