Your Slice of the £89.5 Billion Education Budget

Your Slice of the £89.5 Billion Education Budget

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Ben Lewis
Published: 2nd April 2012

April has got to be one of my favourite times of year, spring has sprung and so have the school budgets which mean our customers can start reaping the rewards from their marketing to schools. As schools return from their Easter break in the third week of April all the Bursars, and teachers that have control over a departmental budget will be ready to spend their budgets.

The UK 2012 Education Budget currently stands at a whopping £89.5 billion. We may be in a tough economic climate but that is still a massive amount of money that can potentially see a portion of it spent with your company. But as the famous saying goes, “you’ve got to be in it to win it”.

Now is the time you should seriously be considering planning a strategy of marketing campaigns to schools and teachers to penetrate the market and boost your sales. Even if on an adhoc basis if you are not getting your message out there into the education sector that £89.5 billion budget will be spent on your competitors’ products and services, not yours!

46% Discount - Take Action Now!

To help you sell to these key Budget Holders within schools we've created 3 specialist marketing packages to suit. These are discounted by up to 46% for any orders made before April 30th or for the first 10 orders (whichever comes first). These packages will allow you to contact key decision makers by post, email, and phone.

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