Being people centric is such an important part of how I’ve developed as a professional over the last 30 years and, I believe, is an essential element of business planning, selling and marketing in today’s very busy and noisy markets.
The most successful companies that I have been privileged to work with share a common understanding; their brand is an experience. It doesn’t matter what your offering is, and to whom you are selling, every brand is a promise, an experience and a memory. How powerful and repeatable that is, is up to you.
I love working with people who want to benefit from over 30 years of diverse experience of working with some of the greats, such as Microsoft, SAP, Sage, Reed Elsevier, P&O Events, Morgan Stanley and other service sector businesses. With very small, proven, changes you can transform the things you do day-to-day to maximise you and your teams’ efforts.
I founded Harvey Winter to help others to develop strategies, campaigns and actions that get results; fast tracking you to reaching your goals.
We are quick to establish your needs, get in touch with your company structure, understand and adhere to your company’s values.
We’ve created phenomenal brand awareness, opened new international markets, built $million global pipelines, created thought leaders and developed highly performing teams.
I am passionate about growing business through linked-up sales and marketing and exceptional people development that make healthy companies … in more ways than one.
If I’ve inspired you, I’d love to hear what you’re thinking and how we can work together.
Our current sponsorship is with The Film Kitchen, a production company specialising in film and photography of food, restaurants and hotels.
Eating out is an experience that we all hope will be enjoyable and memorable – by producing exceptional quality and insightful film, restaurants and hotels can reach their audience with a pre-visit experience that showcases their offering and invites their customers right into the chef and restaurateurs’ world from the comfort of their armchair.
Engaging with their customers ahead of the restaurant or hotel visit develops a deeper customer relationship right from the beginning, and can make the difference between a booking or not. When restaurants and hotels build on film “bites” they can extend the customer relationship by keeping in touch with their customers on a seasonal / special offer basis – building the relationship and developing it beyond one of food provider to nurturer. This type of marketing is very rich in its reward of loyalty.
Founder, and brilliantly creative, Natasha took a bit of time out of her business to have her first child, after which her business needed some focus, re-positioning and a boost.
We are delighted to be coaching and providing her with valuable sales and marketing support to help her to successfully execute her ambitious five-year plan.
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