ONLINE MARKETING EXPERTS EXPAND WITH SECOND UNIT AT MARSHALL’S YARD The successful Gainsborough marketing company Drumbeat Marketing have expanded into a second unit less than 12 months after relocating to the Pattern Store offices at Marshall’s Yard. The company, which has a team of seven, specialises in all aspects of online and digital marketing including Search Engine Optimisation, social media, e-commerce and web design. They have now relocated their former Retford based company, Drumbeat Local to the unit next door. The move allows the team to offer a more cohesive marketing service to not only large international companies but also local smaller start-up businesses, helping them with their social media, print, graphic design and e-marketing activity. Drumbeat Marketing is the last firm to join the office line up taking the last available unit at Marshall’s Yard in the modern office space which can be found off Station Approach to the rear of the centre. Matt Williamson from Drumbeat Marketing said: “We are delighted with our position here in Gainsborough and feel we are best placed to serve the local element of our business to people who need that extra bit of help building a website, exploring e-commerce or just simply needing help with their social media accounts or designing a leaflet.” Centre Manager at Marshall’s Yard, Alison Shipperbottom, said: “We are thrilled Drumbeat have chosen to relocate their Retford branch of the business here as well and wish them all the very best in their continued growth at Marshall’s Yard.” With the Central Railway station now offering an hourly train connecting Sheffield, Retford and Worksop the Pattern Store has become the ideal location to attract both customers and high-skilled workers for the various businesses located here. To keep up to date with news and events at Marshall’s Yard visit www.marshallsyard.co.uk, to find out more about Drumbeat Marketing go to www.drumbeatmarketing.co.uk or drumBEAT Local go to www.drumbeatlocal.co.uk.