Legal Eye establishes Marketing Eye to offer marketing support for commercial growth

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4 February 2014


Legal Eye has an enviable track record of supporting law firms with their compliance requirements so that their processes are sound. It’s the essential bedrock of any practice.

But in an ever more competitive marketplace, how do you gain market advantage? Without a clear marketing plan where do you start?

Legal Eye has established Marketing Eye to offer a range of marketing support services that get your commercial growth plans up and running:

  • Developing the marketing strategy

Assess your market, embrace change, devise & deliver effective growth strategies

  • Managing Client Data & communications

Unlock the value of your customer data. Build lifetime client relationships with better communications.

  • Social media made simple

Create powerful social networks with robust controls to manage your reputation.

We can develop a programme to suit your needs – whether strategy development with partners, working alongside practice support teams or outsourcing for the stretched firm.

For more information and a no-obligation initial discussion, contact us today or call David Kempster on 07780 455635



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