When creativity is what makes your business thrive, sometimes you just need more room to let your garden grow. That’s why, after three years in the ‘concrete jungle’ of central Basingstoke, Brevity has packed up our marketing tools and headed out into the Hampshire countryside…
You can now find us at The Old Coach House, in the grounds of Farleigh House, in Farleigh Wallop just outside Basingstoke. Here, our growing team of marketing experts will be dreaming up campaign ideas as we gaze out upon a tropical greenhouse filled with rainbow blooms, not to mention the rather elegantly curated gardens, commissioned by Lord and Lady Portsmouth in 1992 from renowned garden designer Georgia Langton.
Or maybe we’ll be discussing effective strategy during a muddy walking meeting across the fields, with an almost-bird’s eye view over Basingstoke…
In between, perhaps we’ll be musing over branding beneath an ancient oak, as well as getting stuck into all the copywriting, SEO, website design, lead generation, CRM, social media, PR, email marketing, and blogging we’re known for among clients from the hospitality, charity, technology, security, recruitment, logistics, and beauty & wellbeing industries.
A workspace that reflects our culture
Everything we do is rooted in our core company values – adventurous, balanced and real – right down to where we work these days. We’ve invested lots of energy in identifying what makes our business culture unique and how we can use that to create a better marketing service for our clients.
Brevity’s Director, Kaia Vincent, explains:
“Taking the time to identify and define our authentic company values has been pivotal in building such a strong team; the heart and soul of our brand. By better understanding our character as a company, we’re able to offer a more focused marketing service to SMEs across Hampshire, Berkshire and Surrey – often helping them to refine and express their values in a way that grows their business, too.
“After going through such an evolution with our culture over recent years, it was time to find a workspace that matched our pioneering spirit and curiosity – whilst giving us the peace and quiet to get the job done! I’ve always been a strong believer in the influence of the working environment on fresh ideas and increased productivity. We all craved a workspace that would let us live and breathe our core values and we’re so pleased with what we’ve found.”
Walking the walk
It can be all too easy to talk the talk when it comes to company culture – but what about walking the walk? Now, we’ve mentioned that our new home has allowed us to take this rather literally by introducing new meeting formats such as walking meetings (how often a change of view brings a valuable change of perspective…) but we also try to exemplify our adventurous streak by regularly exploring new ways to promote the products and services of our clients…