I’m the Founder of Marketing for Mums, Jocasta Tribe. I’m a Marketing Consultant in Buckinghamshire and I want to help you build a profitable business for you & your family.
At Marketing for Mums, we provide marketing services so you can focus on what you do best, enjoy the most & spend time with the people you love.
To help facilitate the movement of mums becoming self-employed for personal growth & the benefit of their families.
A note from Jocasta Tribe, Founder of Marketing for Mums:
"After nearly 20 years working in Marketing for large corporate businesses I decided things needed to change. I always enjoyed my job & I recognised a professional identity after years of study & hard work was really important for me to feel valued and complete. However I wanted to be there for my girls guilt free; do the school run, attend their Christmas Concerts or Sports Days and so I began looking for inspiration on what I could do to make a change.
It struck me that my passion is working with Small and Medium sized businesses and in particular Mums. I am continually blown away by the many talented, hard working mums I meet who are seeking professional fulfilment as well as time with their families. So the idea for Marketing for Mums was born; to help those Mums in Business with their Marketing"
We combine marketing know-how with an understanding of the restrictions & benefits of the school run, nap times & bedtimes and we work with you to accommodate what you need for business & personal success. So a Skype call with a cuppa/ glass of wine / slice of cake / baby with bottle or a meeting in a local coffee shop because it is just amazing to be in civilisation and free is fine by us! It just helps with the juggle of being a mum on a mission.
We would love to work as an extension of your business. We invest time in understanding your strategy and goals and then develop with you a plan that delivers. Oh & if you just need to rant because your little one has been particularly challenging that morning, we get that to so we are happy to share the pain.