Marketing Help for San Rafael Businesses
The easiest way to describe Forward Push is this: we are a San Rafael Marketing Company. In other words, we’re your local trusted consultant. While we certainly have the capabilities to work remotely — and we have clients on our roster literally all over the map — our home basis is in San Rafael in the heart of Marin County. For local businesses, that’s certainly good news.
We relocated to San Rafael for the obvious reasons: the weather, the hiking, the view, and so on. However, one thing we quickly learned is that there are a lot of businesses here on par with the major tech and commerce centers of the world — in fact, some would say that the local Marin businesses have an advantage being removed from the competitive pace of, say, Silicon Valley or San Francisco.
There’s another advantage too — getting face time with a team like Forward Push. While phone calls and emails certainly are a critical part of the business world, there’s something to be said about sitting down and having a face-to-face meeting with someone. For San Rafael businesses, that’s one of the things we promise to you.
A San Rafael Marketing Company For San Rafael Businesses
As a San Rafael marketing consultant, we start off every project with an in-person meeting to identify your goals, strategy, budget, and more. All of this goes into a creative brief for reference. From there, we’ll use the modern route of email and phone to get things going. The big difference is this: if you feel the need to sit down and talk about your project, your strategy, or marketing in general, get in touch and we’ll make it happen.
So much of business these days takes place electronically, and while that’s certainly helped make things faster and more efficient, nothing can replace the personal nature of the face-to-face meeting. We encourage local San Rafael and Marin businesses to get in touch with us: call or email, or say hello at a Chamber of Commerce mixer. We’ll find some time to get together and show you why meeting in person still makes sense, even in the age of Skype and social media.