hi-impact are delighted to find out that they have been shortlisted in the upcoming ECHO Regional Business Awards in the category of ‘Creative Impact’ after a win in the same category last year.
A few weeks back I headed to Birmingham for my first ever experience of The Photography Show. I had heard photographer friends talk about how much they loved the 4 day event over the years, but never had the chance to get there myself. On Monday 18th March, I was finally able to go and check it out for myself.
In a world where we all carry smart phones in our pockets, it is becoming increasingly important to make sure you stand out from the crowd. At hi-impact media, we know the importance of using professional photography across your website and social media.
We have several professional snappers on the team at hi-impact and as well as the usual one-off jobs we have begun to find that media partnerships work for a lot of our clients, giving them access to our full range of photographic services at a hugely discounted rate.
Even if you’re nervous, talk to people about your likes and their job roles and sound keen. You will get more from the placement if your hosts feel that they can interact with you and that you sound interested. If you’ve been set a task, don’t be afraid to ask if you’re not sure.
Originally from East Anglia, Simon moved to the North West in 2004 and worked in local businesses as an IT Manager before joining with a friend who was setting up a technical support division of his education consultancy.
It goes without saying that over the past decade, the way we market our businesses has changed drastically. Through social media, businesses and customers can directly interact and engage with one another which is great for forming brand relationships. ‘Social’ marketing has turned the world of traditional marketing upside down by allowing the conversation to go both ways.