Tim Martin (Selling Service)

Tim Martin
Selling Service


4N membership number: 112918

01275 595005
Location: Clevedon

           


My Stats
Last online
10th Jan 2018
Member since
11th Oct 2014
Number of views
85
Number of posts
Number of testimonials
Meetings attended
141
What I Do
  • Business Support
  • Marketing and Business Development Consultancy
  • Business Owner Advice and Support
  • Marketing & Sales
  • Business Advice, Coaching and Training
My Company Information

Selling Service can help any size company, from being a small or micro business's complete sales and marketing resource to helping larger firms project manage marketing campaigns, conduct telesales or telemarketing, attend a trade show with you, or on your behalf, to researching a specialist or new area and formulating a plan to capitalise on it.

Sales process is key to being on top of your enquiries. With experience of many types of CRM, and order processing systems I can advise you on the best way to make the most of your sales pipeline.

I can set up and manage Linkedin profiles and company pages and put you in a position to get your message out to your contacts. I can also work on your Social Media presence and media coverage with extensive contacts in the specialist press in many sectors.

About Tim Martin

I have lived in Clevedon for 25 years (not always in a shed), and been in business for 2 years (always in a shed). After 20 years working for a couple of large family firms, I then found myself in a huge corporation, at which time I decided to run away and do some real work.

When I'm not working, music is my main interest (or obsession according to some), archaeology (armchair), old cars, sports? Cycling and Cricket, but not Football or Rugby, books, films, not bothered by T.V. prefer radio. I buy too many magazines.

Top 5 albums (this week) Steely Dan:Aja, Santana: Moonflower, Little Feat: Waiting for Columbus, King Crimson: Discipline, Bill Nelson: Sound On Sound
Top 5 books (ever) Robert Byron: Road To Oxiana, Iain M Banks: Excession, Geoffrey Bibby: Looking for Dilmun, Robert Palmer: Deep Blues, Douglas Adams: Hitchhikers Guide to The Galaxy
Top 3 Films Star Wars (original not mucked about with version) Subway, The Blues Brothers

Latest hobby, exploiting my daughter's pets for business purposes

Best thing I have done in business so far? Joined 4N (no really),
Biggest mistake? Printing lots of flyers in my first month none of which were relevant and which all got recycled