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Curzon Marketing to expand and move after marking ten years in business

PUBLISHED: 15:32 27 June 2018 | UPDATED: 15:32 27 June 2018

from left to right is Alexander Baxter, Jade Costa, Jane Curzon, Steve Curzon, Eloise Collins, Amy Curzon of Curzon Marketing. Picture: david@digi-pix.co.uk

from left to right is Alexander Baxter, Jade Costa, Jane Curzon, Steve Curzon, Eloise Collins, Amy Curzon of Curzon Marketing. Picture: david@digi-pix.co.uk

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Curzon Associate Marketing is celebrating ten years in business, and have plans to move to a bigger office later this year to accommodate their growing team.

The Woodbridge-based firm has been working with the Garden Trellis Company since 2012 and have supported farmers and butchers Wicks Manor in developing their brand and introducing new packaging formats. Steve Curzon established the business at the peak of the 2008 financial crisis. “It was a pretty risky time to launch a new marketing practice,” he said. “I spotted that many small and medium-sized businesses still wanted to invest in marketing expertise, but either didn’t have the budget to recruit full-time marketing professionals or found that marketing too often slipped to the bottom of their ‘to do’ list. That’s where we add value – when business owners have marketing ambition but lack resource or expertise.”

The past ten years has seen brands such as Gressingham Duck, The Garden Trellis Company, Sock Shop, Munchy Seeds, Sutton Hoo Chicken, Paddy & Scotts and Kettle Chips on Curzon Marketing’s client roster.

Curzon are currently searching for a new senior marketer to join their team.

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