Tim Purvis is the owner and Managing Director of Bentley Holland, an experienced and well established creative design and communications agency based in Docklands, London, where they work with both private and public sector companies. Their portfolio of clients includes a number of high profile, blue chip organisations such as; University College London (UCL), ACCA, General Medical, Equivital (heart rate monitors), Tate and Lyle, The Department for Transport, The Department for Education, The Food Standards Agency, Ofsted and The Home Office, to name but a few.
Tim personally holds MCSD & MISTD qualifications in Graphic Design, together with D&AD accreditation for identity and packaging. A Chartered Designer with over 30 years’ experience, Tim now oversees the design and production of communications materials at Bentley Holland – balancing his love of creative simplicity and typography with the practical requirements of managing each brand.
He is a very hands-on director, upholding the company’s overall design standards, ISO 9001:2008 quality control and client brand philosophies on myriad, through-the-line collateral ranging from corporate, consumer and internal communications through to policy documents and annual reports. A Cranfield University alumnus with an impressive awards pedigree, Tim is furthermore responsible for business planning and managing company growth.
In his spare time, Tim enjoys playing a variety of sports and riding Harley-Davidson motorcycles. In addition, he also holds a purple belt in Lau Gar (an ancient form of Kung Fu).
For more information, please visit www.bentleyholland.co.uk
At the SMART Way Forward CPD Business and Coaching Conference 2013, Tim Purvis will be delivering the following workshops:
11.30am – 12.30pm (Business Workshop)
Corporate Image and Public Perception – Making your Marketing and Advertising work for you!
With Nadeem Shaikh, Managing Director of SMART Way Forward
Making sure your organisation is sending out the right message in the right way, in the right format is often a lot harder to organise than you think. You need to make sure your strategy not only gets the correct message across – but there is also a healthy return on your investment (ROI). Regardless of whether you are working in the Private or Public sector, you need to make sure that you position yourself properly and ensure you are perceived professionally throughout.
Whether it is a new product launch, community programme, complete corporate image change, advertisement design or simply identifying a new strategy to help you penetrate a new industry sector, you must invest the time, resources and budget to ensure you message hits the mark. Marketing and Advertising does not have to cost the Earth. Striking the balance between budget, resources and time management is vital if you are going to deliver a successful campaign. However, it is all in the preparation. Remember, if you fail to plan, then you plan to fail!
This workshop will help you understand the key elements of a successful marketing and advertising strategy, when your budgets are tight and your resources are slim.