Following almost a decade as part of Return’s leadership team, Andy setup Hillsgreen in January 2016 to bridge the gap between digital marketing skills and the rural way of life. Dairy farmer born and bred, Andy has grown up in the heart of the Cheshire farming community.
“I’ve always been passionate about the rural sector. For many city centre agencies, it’s just not seen as being ‘cutting-edge’ or ‘on-trend.’ I wanted to show people that rural business is truly inspiring, and a huge growth area. Our farming background means we are uniquely placed to understand the needs of rural business,” said Venables.
Following partnerships with high profile clients such as Protec International, Lely and Heaton House Farm, Hillsgreen has gone from strength to strength as it connects rural businesses with the skills and expertise they need to grow.
“Our new website builds on our fresh approach to marketing,” continues Venables. “We want to provide rural businesses with the right help and support at the right time. We believe they shouldn’t have to pay through the roof for this specialist approach, or get bogged down with generic solutions that simply don’t work for their industry.”
Based in Congleton, Hillsgreen specialises in bringing bespoke project teams and expert consultants together, to help rural industries access the best advice and the highest level of skills, without paying city centre prices.
Delivering a wide variety of services, Hillsgreen is carving a niche for itself as the go-to agency for the rural sector – and for many businesses outside of that industry too.
Visit the new website at http://www.hillsgreen.co.uk/?utm_source=PR
" I wanted to show people that rural business is truly inspiring, and a huge growth area. Our farming background means we are uniquely placed to understand the needs of rural business."
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