New hires, office and website just what the doctor ordered for Chester-based marketing agency

Orientation Marketing

Orientation Marketing, a local marketing and media agency, has turned three years old and following considerable growth in 2018 has relaunched its website to celebrate.

The company helps specialist drug, healthcare and cosmetics companies, located around the world, promote their service offering within the global supply chain via targeted media and inbound marketing.

2018 saw the agency open a new office in Montpellier, France as well as employ two new full-time staff in the UK office in Chester to support growing demands.

Chris Lawson, Co-Founder and Director at Orientation Marketing, said:

“It’s great to experience this growth and is a testament to the good work we are doing for our clients – some of which are based as far as the US – here in Chester.”

“Satisfying our clients’ needs has always been the priority for the agency, and with our new team members, we are in a stronger position than ever to take this to the next level.”

To celebrate this milestone, the agency has redesigned its website which better communicates the agency’s full service offering to site visitors. The new website, available at www.orientation.agency, showcases a new look and feel.

Gareth Pickering, also Co-Founder and Director said:

“We’ve come a long way in three years and this marks a very exciting time for Orientation Marketing as we look to broaden our specialist service offering for the clients that we work with across the continents.”

The agency work with a number of contract development, manufacturing and research organisations across the technical and scientific industries. Some of those clients are France-based Roquette, Germany-based Schott, Australia-based EPrep and US-based Catalent.

Chris Halling, Director of Global Communications & Marketing at Catalent said:

“We’ve come to rely on Orientation Marketing’s deep market and technical knowledge, and as Catalent has grown we have come to trust them to quickly grasp the challenges of communicating to a new segment of the market including adjacencies, new territories, or when we have a new product or service to talk about”

 

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