Google chooses Receptional as one of the UK’s Top 30 digital marketing agencies

Google chooses Receptional as one of the UK’s Top 30 digital marketing agencies

Receptional has been pinpointed by Google as one of the 30 best-performing agencies in the country. As a result, Receptional’s Managing Director, Justin Deaville, will be joining an exclusive Google-funded Business Coaching Programme in 2016.

From 30,000 Google Partners across the UK, Receptional has been handpicked by Google as one of the 30 best performing agencies. Each of the chosen firms has achieved exceptional results for its clients when running Google AdWords campaigns.

The 30 leading agencies will be attending a three-part intensive business coaching programme with business consultant Robert Craven at Google’s London headquarters. Surprisingly perhaps, Google’s course focusses on business skills. The course is described as a mini-MBA for its attendees.

Mr Craven is a renowned keynote business speaker, author and former programme director at Cranfield University. He has worked with global brands such as Barclays and Virgin.

Justin Deaville, Managing Director of Receptional, says: “We are delighted that Google has invited us on to its business coaching course. And to be nominated as one of the country’s best agencies is fantastic. It is great recognition of our results and the trust we’ve built with Google.

“Google is making a substantial investment in the course. The help and insights we have gained are invaluable.”

If you’re looking to get more leads and enquiries from your website, Receptional can help. Call 01525 715520 or email web.enquiry@receptional.com today.

Justin Deaville

Justin is Managing Director at Receptional.com and was previously chief executive officer (CEO) at Wordtracker.com.
With 20 years marketing experience, Justin has worked with a variety of the UK’s leading brands. These include the Ramblers, the UK Foreign Office, Paddy Power, Ladbrokes, the National Farmers Union, Ernst & Young, and many others.

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