Outreach Support Project: St. Paul’s Cathedral

The Marketors’ Outreach programme is currently delivering an Outreach marketing support project for one of London’s oldest icons, St. Paul’s Cathedral.

For more than 1,400 years, a Cathedral dedicated to St Paul has stood at the highest point in the City. The present Cathedral is the masterpiece of Britain's most famous architect Sir Christopher Wren. St Paul’s Cathedral is not only the premier place of Christian worship in the City of London but is also a significant historical site, Christian educational establishment and classical music and art venue.

The Outreach project is focussed on a carefully planned improvement of the Cathedral’s marketing activities combining new marketing skills from within St. Pauls with Outreach support from the Worshipful Company of Marketors. The Outreach project for St. Paul’s Cathedral is being managed by Liveryman David Elmer supported by Liveryman Richard Bernholt.

The Worshipful Company of Marketors’ Outreach Programme matches “good cause” organisations needing “pro bono” marketing support with one or more appropriate members of the Marketors, ranging from recent Freemen to Past Masters. Outreach’s professional management approach helps document, define and time limit the marketing support, delivers our members’ marketing expertise and helps the “good cause” organisation to make their own marketing improvements.

Many members of the Marketors based across the UK and elsewhere want to donate some personal time to help deliver some charitable marketing back into society. Outreach enables that activity. If you would like to help a good cause, regardless of where it is in the UK or overseas, please contact outreach@marketors.org

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