Book Now! Bespoke Marketing sessions

Are you keen to move your business forwards and make your Marketing work harder for you?

Happy to take on the challenge but stuck for ideas and inspiration ?

Book now for a bespoke session to revitalise your Marketing and PR and put a spring back into your communications.

At each session we will take time to discuss your business, your goals and plans, and then we will discuss how by improving or introducing new marketing techniques you could attract new customers, build your profile or grow your profits.

You’ll come away with a plan to work on and some great ideas to put into practice.

Special Introductory offer for each session is just £75.00, so book now and get your Marketing moving!

*Normal rates apply outside of introductory period, £150 per session, offer ends 31st March 2017.


Marketing advice at The Better Business Show 2017

THE Better Business Show – 2nd February 2017 10am – 4pm
An event not to be missed – FREE to attend

The Better Business show will take place on Thursday 2nd February 2017 at Worthing Assembly Hall. This event is collaboratively delivered by Worthing and Adur Chamber and Adur & Worthing Business Partnership and with a strong focus on ‘Buy Local’, this event is a must in the 2017 business calendar for all businesses in Worthing & Adur, both large and small.

I’m delighted to have been asked to speak at the event within the Expert Zone at 1.30pm, and will be presenting a short session on quick and easy hints and tips to spice up your marketing for 2017, whether you are just starting out in business or are a growing concern.

The day will see a B2B exhibition with over 80 stands to network and introduce your business along with the following:

  • Support                Free Business Support for start up and growing businesses
  • Growth                Local Procurement Teams will be on hand to discuss opportunities locally
  • Inspire                  Keynote speakers will share their journeys to success
  • Advise                  The Expert Zone will offer advice on finance, marketing, branding and legal
  • Connect               Meet and mingle with other businesses over lunch at the Sussex Food Court
  • Promote              Network and share experiences at the B2B Exhibition
  • Google Digital Garage  Find out how to make your business more visible online with the experts from Google

For more information, to book a stand or to attend the show, and to keep up-to-date with the developing programme, visit


Are you planning on starting a new business?

Starting a new business is a huge and challenging step but there is a great deal of support available for new entrepreneurs, both in the early stages of setting up a business and for helping with growth.

The Start and Grow programme, which is supported by the Regional Growth Fund, is just one programme of many that are available to pre-start businesses, and research has shown that those businesses who receive early support and advice are more likely to be successful in sustaining their business in the longer term.

Start and Grow offers a 3 year programme of support and advice, from helping the business owner to start trading, through to advice on marketing, funding or taking on staff. Once on the Start and Grow programme and trading, Enterprise First clients will also receive membership to Enterprise Nation, which is a great start up resource, and to JournoLink which could significantly support promotional efforts.

To be eligible for Start and Grow, the business owner must be looking to grow and invest in their business along with potentially creating further employment for others.  We have had many successful applicants from the Worthing and Brighton areas, and this programme is free and open to all potential business owners who meet the criteria.

Enterprise First is currently delivering the new Start & Grow programme throughout the South and as a local representative I can help you with your application.

 Andy Pringle, Business Development Manager of Enterprise First says: “People have different reasons for wanting to work for themselves, it may be a lifestyle choice or an increasingly uncertain job market or redundancy which means exploring other options. “

“To succeed in the small business arena, persistence and determination are key.  The ability to plan is an advantage and also a willingness to be adaptable to change as the business develops.  Don’t let fear hold you back, many people give up to easily. Starting a business is hard work but incredibly rewarding.”

These small businesses are of significant importance to the UK economy – as they provide vital employment opportunities.   It is fundamental that these small business owners know from the outset how they can receive the support that they need to thrive.

So, if you are interested in starting out and in finding out more about Start and Grow, please get in touch with me, or for more information see


New business win for Tipton Marketing

Let’s put Worthing on the small business map

Contrary to popular belief the largest population demographic in Worthing is the 16-44 year old range; an age range which supports an ever growing number of entrepreneurs, keen to start and grow local businesses.  However, given those statistics Worthing is still lagging behind compared with the South East in general*.

So, with an ever-changing economy and potential talent on our doorstep what do we need to do to encourage potential entrepreneurs to thrive in our town?

Both new and growing businesses generally need 4 main ingredients to survive, which are: Hands on management assistance, access to finance, business and technical support services and a collaborative working environment, with access to peer-to-peer support.

Tipton Marketing is proud to be working with Jon Trigg Founder & MD of a new workspace initiative, Freedom Works.  Trigg believes that by providing new and growing businesses with the right environment to encourage and facilitate growth, Worthing should be able to rival its shoulder towns in encouraging and developing these new businesses.

“We recognised that Worthing needed more co-working environments, as these do play a large part in helping businesses thrive, and we are pleased to be playing our part in that,” commented Trigg, who is currently refurbishing 5,000 sq ft of old offices in Worthing Town Centre to create a fresh, open and collaborative office environment.

“These individuals and businesses may grow stronger and larger with the right connections which is why I founded Freedom Works. Our flexible offering will allow those looking to expand their companies the space and environment to grow.  We will focus on providing back bedroom businesses and home workers a simple ‘plug and play’ environment to help get their ideas off the ground or build upon them.”

Those looking for larger premises may also be interested in one of the many purpose built, modern office spaces available alongside free beer Fridays and regular networking events for all.


“We all want the talent that is from Worthing to stay in Worthing and for everyone to be proud of our town”.

For more information please see