Clear Path Senior and Speciality Move Managers appoint Pint Size Media as their marketing agency.
Independent digital production and marketing agency, Pint Size Media, announced that it has been retained by startup company Clear Path Senior and Speciality Move Managers to represent them in a PR, marketing, and social media management capacity.
“It is exciting to join the journey of an innovative startup, particularly during the uncertain time of the COVID-19 pandemic. Compassionate services for senior citizens in our country are important, and we look forward to using our expertise to help Clear Path tell their story,” says Janet Gericke, director at Pint Size Media.
Says Marylou Bawden, founder and owner of Clear Path Senior and Speciality Move Managers: “I needed to work with a company that is agile and can grow with Clear Path and our needs as the business grows. Pint Size Media demonstrated their understanding of our marketing and social media needs. It was an easy decision to work with them.”
Pint Size Media focuses on supporting all storytelling needs, offering companies a professional addition to their marketing team. “We are a small company and are able to offer Clear Path the benefit of flexibility and on the ground decision making. Using the skills and experience from years in the industry, we will become part of their marketing team and not just an outsourced service provider,” adds Gericke.
Clear Path specialises in managing the move of senior citizens and the dispersal of an estate’s household goods. The company provides the resources, planning and support to navigate change in difficult times, ensuring that it never becomes overwhelming to these individuals.
About Clear Path Senior and Speciality Move Managers
The company was born out of Marylou’s weekly visits to my parents to be an ear to the stresses of general admin and business dealings that they were navigating. When her mom-in-law then began the process of moving from the family home of 50+ years she was in the fortunate position of having her children and their families to assist her. But for Marylou, it raised the question ‘How do seniors cope with big, stressful events like down-sizing, sorting and moving house or even the day to day responsibilities of admin and paying accounts when their children are not in the same city, or in many cases – are not even in the same country to be able to assist?’