9 Greyfriars Road, Reading, RG1 1NU | 0118 380 0518
We’ll do whatever it takes to get you more customers… well ALMOST!!
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You want more of your best customers and a deeper relationship with them?
But marketing sucks so you want it done for you – by people who cut the tech talk and really understand your business and your customers?
We’re Grandesco – let’s get a coffee and talk.
We’ll work with you to identify the customers you really want – the ones who love what you do and have money to spend.
By attracting and deepening relationships with those ‘Class A’ customers your business will grow to new levels of greatness.
You can trust us with your marketing and be confident that we’re a straight-talking bunch who’ll be honest about what you need – and how to get it.
The Grandesco team are media people – not ‘me too’ marketers – and we understand building loyal audiences who become passionate consumers.
Our founders were behind the most talked about radio station in Berkshire, so while others don’t know Jack, we certainly do
Your business is as unique as ours. People need to know that!
Using the right mix of digital and ‘traditional’ marketing we’ll make sure people know what you do and why you’re the best.
So, let’s keep this simple with two questions…
- Do you want your business to grow with valuable customers?
- When do you want to meet us for that coffee?
Come and meet us at our central Reading offices.
9 Greyfriars Road, Reading, RG1 1NU
Prefer to call us?
We’re on 0118 380 0518
Find Us By Car
In Q Park Chatham Place car park (pay on exit)
Sat Nav: RG1 7JF
On Greyfriars Road or Vachel Street on-street parking (10am-4pm only), pay at meter
Sat Nav: RG1 1NU
Find Us by Train/Bus
We’re just a couple of minutes walk from Reading train station
Some stuff we've been writing about...
He may be a music legend but he also did something that is contrary to the rules of effective marketing.