Redline celebrates 5 years30-11-2009 Comments (3)
The company has become one of the major players in its sector
November marks the 5th Birthday of Redline. Originally established in 2004 as a graphic design and marketing company, Redline is still going strong and over the years has added many strings to their ever expanding bow such as: Merchandising, Business Coaching, Complete external Marketing Department, SEO, Press Agency, Web programming, Secretarial Services, Copywriting and Photography to name but a few. The rapid growth and expansion of the company has been wonderful and exciting for all those that work with Redline.
During the years they have worked with all kinds of local companies on the Costa del Sol from Easy Computers to Target Models as well as working with big international companies currently penetrating the Spanish market such as GHD, Combined and Bio Sculpture. They have also worked with companies based in the UK, Denmark and even as far as Australia.
A quick overview of 2009 shows that the Redline team has worked with a wide variety of projects, our many exiting “girly projects” include working with Ghd, Bio Sculpture and overseeing the launch from start to finish of Starlet (the Puerto Banús fashion boutique about to become available worldwide online). They have also worked with various charities helping them to promote their causes and raise much needed funds.
Looking back on 5 years of Redline Company it has been exciting to tackle all kinds of new challenges and to see and help our original clients thrive and grow their businesses and welcome many new.
One recurring desire for many of their clients is to capture the Spanish market. Line Lyster, Director of Redline understands the difficulties of trying to establish oneself in Spain as an expat. Being very familiar with the workings of the Spanish market Line comments that:
“A lot of the companies establishing themselves on the Costa del Sol seem to forget the most obvious and staple market here – the Spanish market. Redline Company has many Spanish clients and sees it as very important not to ignore the fact that even though the Costa del Sol has a high percentage of expats, there is still an important market in the Spanish population. We want to help bridge that gap for you”
Redline is looking to the future hoping to keep on adding “a touch of red” to our clients marketing and any one else who needs any marketing solution
By: Giles Brown
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