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Enterprise launches online marketing tool

Enterprise Group has launched an online marketing toolbox following demand from brokers.

The toolbox contains a range of pre-designed leaflets, flyers, posters and adverts all of which have been professionally designed with fully compliant text and allows brokers to upload their own brand and contact details and is digitally printed and delivered within two days to the broker’s offices.

Initially the marketing material available focuses on secured loans and debt management solutions.

Michael Clapper, group CEO at Enterprise, says: “We have designed the toolbox following a lot of feedback from the brokers who use us; the overwhelming request was for marketing material that could be personalised to allow the broker to build on under-utilised business areas, and in this time of supply shortage in the mortgage markets we are keen to help our brokers exploit all the business opportunities available to them.”


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