Cultivate a Community:
Your business is your baby and we know that. We want to help you nurture it and watch it grow. We don’t want to change your value proposition but we do want to help you establish yourself with your community as the ‘go to guy.’ Unlike so many marketing studios, our local shop front and open door policy differentiates us from the rest. So much so that some of our studios have a cafe! Cool right? Our open door policy allows you to get to know and create a relationship with whomever saunters through the door. Building relationships and offering our expertise is what we love to do best.
Despite being a part of a larger network, our studios have that friendly local neighbourhood feel to them. With our open door policy, our clients know the faces behind the emails. We have found that these local connections have greatly benefited us during this time. Through strengthening these relationships and being that friendly local neighbour, we can offer support to our communities businesses by informing them about the best practices that they should follow at this time. As well as offering them support through our own marketing ideas such as our Support Sites and Reopening Guides (but we will come back to those later)!
Similarly, being a Nettl partner allows you to rely on a global community, our inexhaustible resources and an array of support teams to help you be exactly that. Because you may not have the capability to wear all hats to solve every solution (sure, who bloody does)! We are there to support you every step of the way. Some of our already established partners have said that being apart of Nettl is like being apart of something bigger. Don’t worry, we’re not a cult, we’re not that ‘unagi’ version of Ross. This sense of community opens an abundant amount of business opportunities spread across the globe to you and your business. With partners and Nettl studios located across cities, countries and continents you are bound to feel supported.
The very root of what we do lies in community. As a network of local creative businesses we communicate with one another on different platforms within our custom CRM system, W3p Flyerlink. We have a global discussion forum for the sharing of ideas, asking of questions and general chit-chat. As well as a Geek channel where our teams can ask pretty much any question (mostly web related and technical in nature) of our Geek team who endow them with the wisest of answers and advice. Using communal platforms means that when I am struggling with integrating a plugin or proposing complex functionality, I have a bank of resources at my fingertips of the Geek tickets of times gone by.
Trusting that you have this support means that you can be confident and comfortable in the knowledge that firstly, if you run into trouble, you’ve a global team to dig you out and enable you to get back on your feet. And secondly, that you can remain an integral part of your local community, rooted in your clients’ successes while excelling your own creative business with that global backing of a wider network of experience and expertise.