At Yashi, we like to work with selected clients on a retainer basis as we believe that constant activities need to be carried out continuously to support and promote your business.
We will become part of your team with regular meetings, respecting deadlines to ensure that the whole process runs smoothly and that our efforts obtain the best results possible.
The most obvious benefits to employing Yashi as your external department is that instead of hiring just one person, you obtain: A whole team focused on your business, A multilingual group with different skills, expertise and experience, A fresh point of view and advice on your business, Consultancy and motivation on a regular basis, No extra employment fees such as health care, vacations, sickness etc, Inspiration, ideas and brainstorming
YOU WANT TO OUTSOURCE BUT YOU HAVE A LIMITED BUDGET?
From our experience, most businesses undermine their efforts by employing several companies to oversee different aspects of their campaigns or projects in an attempt to save money and Yashi is welling to share this opportunity with you within your budget or even less ensuring that you achieve your goals.
WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU?
Yashi gives you a full marketing package!
Allow us to be your secret weapon, constantly reviewing and renewing your marketing campaign, fine-tuning your overall strategy rather than working on a piecemeal, project by project basis.
RETAINER PACKAGE INCLUDES?
Graphic Design and Print Management
We have a wealth of experience in designing such essential materials as websites, flyers, business cards, advertisements, point of sale material and much more. We also offer a full print management service, obtaining estimates on your behalf and working with printers to ensure that you are completely satisfied with the result.
While multinational corporations and large companies have the financial resources to maintain an in-house marketing department, smaller businesses do not have this luxury. It is, however, even more imperative that they keep potential clients informed of their products and services. Historically it has been common practice to spread the marketing budget over several companies, entrusting the purchasing of advertising space to one, the design of marketing materials to another, the Public Relations aspect to a third, leading to a complex, confusing and potentially costly process.
1. Creation of press release
2. Distribution to rele`vant press
3. Research of relevant press
4. Online distribution of press releases
5. Liaison with press (both Spanish and English)
6. Journalist trials
7. Invitation of press to events