- marketing materials
- web design & management
Waving Moose is about the effective and imaginative presentation of information, both on-line and in print. We provide writing, research, design and presentation services for small business UK-wide and especially in and around Surrey, Hampshire and Berkshire. Our aim is to bring distinctive and appropriate business and marketing materials within reach. We specialise in small businesses and sole service providers because we know how difficult it can be for you to access effective, decent and affordable support to explain and promote your services and raise your public profile.
We are here to present your business in a clear and understandable way, tailor-made to your requirements and budget. In a nutshell, we think and we write, so you don't necessarily have to!
How Can We Help You? You know the world is full of glossy brochures, whizzy websites and slogans. You want something that effectively and imaginatively describes your service and tells people what you are offering; and presents a distinctive identity that doesn't baffle the eyeballs or cost the earth.
We are also very used to working with people who lack confidence with the web and in presenting themselves generally and pride ourselves on being supportive. Many people think of us as an adjunct to their small business.
You might want a website, brochure, leaflet, flyer or postcard, business cards or adverts. Or perhaps you want a package of some or all of these. Or you might want some help with company newsletters, sales literature, technical articles, wider research, business planning or information gathering and presentation. We can help with all of these, and more...
We are Different...
...From marketing design services and web developers because we will also research and write your material for you.
...From copy writers because we will also design and publish your material for you, on-line or in print.
And it might be more affordable than you think!
No flipcharts, post-it notes, mind-mapping or brainstorming.
The box is irrelevant; we just do the thinking...