GleaveMedia announces that it will be becoming a limited company from the April 2013 as part of its future development and growth strategy.
Alistair Gleave, the entrepreneur founder of GleaveMedia will become the Company Director, responsible for overseeing the company through this business transition phase and then leading the expansion of the company thereafter.
Becoming a Limited Company is a natural next step for GleaveMedia, which in a relatively short period of time has courted an impressive client base and achieved outstanding successes. Recently GleaveMedia collaborated with Exeter City Council on their ‘Exeter Together’ campaign and as a direct result of GleaveMedia’s involvement in this campaign online engagement increased by over 6000%.
In just 2 years GleaveMedia has established itself within the current marketplace as a reputable, results driven, forward thinking company with huge scope for growth in today’s digital age. Alistair Gleave said: “This is such an exciting time for GleaveMedia. Being a digital marketing company with ambition and innovative ideas, the market place offers considerable growth opportunities. Becoming a Limited Company serves as a base for more effective expansion in enabling us to impact and enrich the growth of more businesses through our targeted digital marketing services. Our decision to become a Limited Company is cause for optimism that GleaveMedia will continue to grow at a fast pace and adapt and capitalise in the era of rapid media change. Rest assured however, whilst our company goes through some changes in the coming weeks, GleaveMedia will continue to deliver a comprehensive and professional digital marketing service to our clients as we always have . . . this will not change”
Alistair also co-founded the organisation ‘GrowMyCharity.com’, in which he utlises his digital marketing expertise to provide ideas, tools and resources to help charities and non-profitable organisations grow and operate more effectively. ‘Grow my Charity’ collaborates with national organisations such as the NSPCC and locally based charities like the St Loye’s Foundation.