Further Expansion for Darlington-based Company
My Marketing Button's sister company, Red Button Marketing & Training, based in Darlington, is welcoming three new members to the team and is doubling the size of its office space as the company gets ready to launch My Marketing Button.
Red Button Marketing & Training was set up by Margaret Bradshaw four years ago to offer a range of marketing support services to SMEs across the region. The aim was to offer new thinking around planning and tracking marketing activity.
The company recently introduced the Red Button Business School and following its recent accreditation from the Institute of Leadership and Management, there has been a real increase in the take up of the company’s training courses. In addition, with the upcoming launch of an online platform, it is very exciting time for the whole company. The business is also taking on more space at its existing site at Alton House, Grange Road.
Margaret is welcoming Jordan Dargue to the team as a Strategic Advisor to help support the business overall with its growth plans. Meanwhile, Rachelle McLachlan is joining the business as Marketing Assistant to support with the launch of My Marketing Button, a Software as a Service (SAAS) product hitting the market in the next three to six months.
Louise Lewis has also come on board to support with social media for the product launch, while Jude Brown continues in her role as Marketing and Technology Executive working across all aspects of the business.
On the company’s rapid expansion, Margaret says: “I’m delighted to welcome Jordan, Rachelle and Louise to the team. While it’s been an incredibly challenging time for us, like all businesses, we have embraced the opportunity to forge ahead with exciting plans for the future whilst continuing to offer marketing and training support to an increasing client base. This has led to an immediate need for new experts to join the My Marketing Button Team, and I look forward to enjoying further success with them as we continue to build the business.”
“Not only has our workforce more than doubled, but so too has our office space,” adds Margaret.