More Than Words’ complete guide for marketing to the public sector offers tips for effective marketing communication to public authorities.

Learn about the types of public sector organisations, such as local authorities, central government, parish councils, NHS, GP surgeries, housing associations, care homes and further education.

Find out about procurement processes, why and how to use a contracts finder as a small business and the Government target to award 33% of contracts to UK SME’s which is approximately £3 billion in revenue.

Why purchases below a certain level will not always be awarded through a tender.

You’ll also learn how to create a digital marketing strategy and direct marketing campaign that will appeal to government agencies and prospective customers across the public sector.

Lead generation can be tricky but with the right approach, small businesses and entrepreneurs can be confident with their marketing strategy.

We offer advice for using electronic communications like the public sector marketing pros, discuss raising brand awareness using direct mail, and talk about why adding telemarketing to your marketing mix can help you to reach your marketing goals more efficiently.

To download our public sector marketing guide, please fill out the form below.

Marketing to the Public Sector- The complete guide

Marketing to the Public Sector – The Complete Guide

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