Name: Rebecca Grainger
Tel: 01935 862281
Address: East Coker, BA22 9NF Yeovil
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Clients & Projects: 14
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Languages Spoken: English, French, Spanish
No. of Employees: 1-5
Joined WWDC: 2012
We are a full-service marketing agency. This means we will help you decide what your customers actually want and need from your website and then we'll design and build it for you.
We take care of everything web-related, from registering your domain name and hosting your website through to search engine optimisation at the start and throughout the year. We can either build you a website that you can update yourself using a content management system (CMS), or we will be on hand to update it as you need.
Industry SectorsRetail, Food & Drink, IT, Tourism & Travel, Manufacturers & Engineers, Health & Beauty, Public Sector, Building & Construction, Other, Consumer Services, Sports & Leisure
Tends to work withSmall-Medium Enterprise (SME), Private Company, Startup, Public Sector
General location of clients:England, Spain
Content Management System:We build bespoke CMSs that are tailored to our clients' needs, or can integrate with common open source solutions.
Reviewed on 28 Jun, 2012
Goldilocks Marketing created and is implementing Cott Farm Furniture's new marketing strategy, which included a rebrand and designing and developing our new website. Becca is extremely knowledgeable about marketing, websites an... Read More
— Cott Farm Furniture
Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Bespoke and creative marketing
Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : A bigger version of where we are now - a friendly, knowledgeable company with a passion for marketing.
Q : How was your company name chosen?
A : Not, as many people think when they meet me, because I have blonde hair! The name 'Goldilocks' encompasses the idea that we are 'just right' for our clients' different needs. Having worked on both sides of the fence, commissioning agencies and being commissioned, I wanted to create a company that is both personal and professional.
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