B&M Stores; New addition to our lovely client base!



B&M Stores has appointed us to look after their organic search and content marketing.

The superstore chain was founded in 1978 in Cleveleys, Lancashire, and now employs over 22,500 staff nationally.

With over 500 high street and out-of-town stores across the UK offering discounted goods, it attracts an average of 3 million customers each week.

B&M Stores spokesperson said: “When it came to signing a contract, there was no doubt in our minds to go with Tecmark. They have the depth of knowledge, experience and wealth of talent to support us going forwards.

“We’re aiming for long-term, collaborative success with the Tecmark team”

Our managing director, Richard Heyes, added: “We’re really happy to be working with such an esteemed brand, and look forward to delivering impressive results.

“We’re excited to be bringing our skills to not only help with the brand’s stratospheric growth, but also further fuse the special relationship that B&M Stores has with their customer base.

“It’s an inspiring and busy time for our team.”

Our Organic Search and Digital PR teams will be the main departments working on this account.


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Hana Bednarova: Digital PR Manager

Hana joined us in September 2014 as a content promotion specialist; now she leads our digital PR team and works with clients to increase their brand awareness and media relations.

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