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The Coast to Capital Growth Hub funded a Growth Champion to review Cambian Engineering's business development opportunities, vision, mission, USP options, elevator pitch and website needs.
Founded in 2011, Cambian Engineering Solutions Ltd provide a complete solution to the use of engineered wood within the Engineering and Architectural sectors.
Our business is split into 2 divisions, each focused on our core areas of operation, Advanced Engineering and Action Sports Facilities. They operate from a single shared design and production facility near Billingshurst, in the South East of England, delivering projects throughout UK & Europe.
Their team's expertise covers the full project cycle from Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing, to project management and installation.
Piers had little time to engage in marketing activities that would help improve the company's performance. He identified that he required external support to tackle a range of challenges, for the action sports and leisure and engineering contract supply markets. These included:
The Growth Hub's Amanda Geel agreed that the issue identified by Piers was a key barrier to future growth and introduced the company to one of the Growth Hub's network of Growth Champions who was funded to provide a day's support on the work, tasks and collateral required to help the business improve awareness to clients and to make suggestions on business development opportunities for future business.
The Growth Champion, Andrew Kerry-Bedell, also reviewed Cambian Engineering's vision, mission, USP options, elevator pitch and website needs.
""Andrew's experience is great, along with his combination of engineering awareness, so very well suited to our business”
The consultant selected is great and we are already working together to improve the marketing of the business.
Piers Chapman, Owner of Cambian Engineering Solutions
further support please call the growth hub team on 01293 305965
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