Merry Christmas from Cyan Marketing
On behalf of the team at Cyan Marketing, I would like to wish you a very Merry Christmas.
After an incredibly challenging year, we hope you can enjoy a well-earned rest over the festive period. We also send our best wishes to your colleagues and families and hope they are keeping safe and well.
Rather than send Christmas cards this year, we have donated to Home Start Essex, a local charity particularly close to our hearts. Their amazing work with families who are experiencing difficulties helps to build the confidence and skills of parents and carers to achieve healthy and positive outcomes for children.
We are working until midday on Christmas Eve and will then be closing until Monday 4th January 2021. For emergencies only, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
A year of change
I’d like to extend my personal thanks to my amazing colleagues and associates for the flexibility, creativity and determination they have shown this year – often in very trying circumstances – and whilst juggling new pressures arising from their own personal situations. They have done an exemplary job with customary good humour, and it has been a pleasure, as always, to work alongside them.
A huge thank you also to our wonderful customers for their continued support. We have enjoyed working with you to help adapt, refresh and turbo charge your marketing for the special challenges that 2020 presented.
This was the year in which many companies had to focus properly on social media for the first time or step-up their blogging and email marketing as a means of keeping clients up to date with rapidly changing situations. It is also the year that saw many small businesses introduce e-commerce and launch new SEO campaigns to ensure trading could continue when lockdowns were imposed.
These trends are here to stay, and our experts will be back on 4th January available to discuss any New Year marketing resolutions you may have for the 12 months ahead.
Let’s dare to dream that 2021 will be the year we restore some semblance of normality. I think such an achievement would truly qualify as a Happy New Year.
Managing Director, Cyan Marketing