The British Golf Industry Association (BGIA) is delighted to welcome Power Marketing as a new associate member.
Power Marketing UK Ltd [PMUK] was established in 2006 to provide marketing, PR, advertising and digital media support in the sports and leisure market. They have built-up a portfolio of clients who use them for a variety of services, but the core of their work is communication; launching, re-launching and promoting products, brands and companies, be it through traditional print media, digital media or social media.
Power Marketing offer prospective clients a free review of their communications strategy which forms the basis of a workable, measurable plan for the future. Craig Bousfield, Managing Director of Power Marketing said “As a full service media agency, we’ll work with BGIA member companies to plan their communication strategy and then implement it, feeding back the results and adapting the strategy for the greatest effect. Our aim is to reach as many golfers as possible through every means available to us and we have some great assets at our disposal.” To take up this offer, please contact [email protected]
BGIA Chair, Nigel Freemantle said “The BGIA are pleased to have Power Marketing as an associate member, they are a full service media agency that understands the golf market and has been active in it for 10 years. They produce impactful PR and media buying coupled with advice on getting products and services in front of golfers. We look forward to working closely with our latest member.”
Companies related to the golf industry, that are not directly engaged in the manufacture, wholesaling and/or distribution of golf products and services can all become associate members of the association for further information contact [email protected]
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