Kim Leary, CEO, Squibble

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We get it! Embarking on a new project, whether it’s a rebrand or a new website design, can be a daunting task!

We have tried to bridge that gap by providing numerous free resources to help you make an informed decision. We want to make Birmingham a prosperous City and even if we don’t work together your project will benefit the region we all work in. That’s the bigger picture for us.

Based on customer feedback we know that our customers really appreciated the opportunity to talk through their plans or ideas before committing. That’s why we offer a 30 minutes free consultancy phone call, with absolutely no strings attached. This is provided by Kim Leary, Squibble CEO.

Why Should You Schedule a Free Call?

  • An opportunity to bounce ideas around
  • Explore marketing ideas
  • Ask technical questions about your website
  • Challenge your brand perception
  • Review tried and tested methods based on Kim’s experience over the past 10 years

How Does it work?

You can schedule a call by accessing Kim’s diary and choosing a time that suits you. You will both receive a notification by email and the call will be automatically added to Kim’s diary. She will call you on the number you provide.

We look forward to learning more about your business 🙂

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