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Mar 27

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Well that’s the first quarter of this year almost over and I can honestly say it’s been a great three months for us at The Progress Lab!

We officially started working for our new client Family Futures on the 1st March and we are absolutely loving it! Not only are they providing a wonderful service that is genuinely improving the lives of children; the team there are really great to work with and genuinely appreciate the benefits that marketing can bring to raising awareness of the excellent services they provide. Our marketing plan kicks off in earnest from April, so we will look forward to seeing the impact of our efforts in the coming months…

It’s been a busy month on the training side of our business; it was great to take the lovely teams at Disney Media+ and SMP through The Art of Prioritisation programme, it was really pleasing to receive such positive feedback from the attendees. The one thing that really surprised me though was just how tiring it is facilitating training programmes – I was then reminded by the first ever boss Paul Walton (http://www.paulwalton.org.uk) that a “bright young person” like me should be able to handle that, point well made!! At least I’ve got a quite a few months to build up my stamina in preparation for The Marketing Forum in October, where I will be facilitating this very programme over a number of sessions to groups of Senior Marketing professionals, I am very much looking forward to this event, which promises to help people turn ambitions into a reality, for more information check it out at www.marketingforum.co.uk

We do still have a couple of dates available in April for companies wishing to take up the offer of the FREE lunch & learn session on The Art of Prioritisation, so again, if you or anyone you know might be interested for your team, all of the details are here: https://theprogresslab.co.uk/free-art-of-prioritisation-taster-sessions/

We are looking forward to getting stuck in the next quarter, but in the meantime I’d really like to thank everyone who has supported us so far (you know who you are), thank you for taking the time to read my blog and for telling people about The Progress Lab, we rely on our network to grow our little business, so please continue to spread the word… To avoid the risk of creating Progress Fatigue, I’ve decided to make the Progress Report a quarterly update, so I’ll look forward to sharing our Spring news with you in June.

And as one quick reminder, whilst we are keeping ourselves pretty busy, we do still have capacity to do a little bit more and certainly have an appetite to take on some new projects, so please feel free to pass on our details to anyone you know who might benefit from our services.