Equinet is EO London's Marketing Partner

Discover a QuickStart Strategy for Success with HubSpot

You've got, or are going to get HubSpot but realise you need a customer-first strategy before you define the tactics and roll out the tools. You are short on time and don’t have the resource or budget to implement our Brand Growth Plan.

You want to:

  • Clarify your brand and core propositions, reasons to believe, brand essence and personality.
  • Define your buyer persona’s change drivers, success factors, perceived barriers, and decision criteria.
  • Position your customer as the hero in the story you tell and develop a process that makes it easy to do business with you.

We offer EO members three ninety-minute workshops (on Zoom) to combine, brainstorm and refine your collective input. Subsequently, we create and send a QuickStart Strategy Report including fully designed Core Proposition, Buyer Persona and StoryBrand components and recommendations.

If you would like to discuss this offer book a call with Chris Abraham at a time that suits you.

 
Jeremy Knight of Equinet Media

Jeremy Knight

Founder and CEO

Jeremy has a passion for understanding how a business can grow. This interest has evolved over more than 30 years. For 20 years, Jeremy was in publishing - building award-winning publications and events in the fast-growth business sector. In 2003 he was highly-commended at Real Deals for Publisher of the Year by the PPA. In 2009 he launched Equinet Media with the idea of making clients the publisher in a new media age. Jeremy is a certified HubSpot trainer. A certified StoryBrand guide. And a fierce guardian of Equinet's core values.

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Chris Abraham

Sales & Marketing Director

Chris has over 25 years of agency and client-side commercial leadership experience. He spent 20 years as CEO of Aep, a creative media agency working across equity-backed, and fast-growth companies. He moved client-side, where he oversaw a marketing-led sales support strategy that helped a buy-and-build company grow from £8m to £85m. But it turns out his heart is in agency life. He joined Equinet in 2019, having known and worked with Jeremy for more years than he cares to mention.