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DIRECTORY For more information about the directory call Carl Methven on +44 (0)1534 615886


You want creative thinking to run through your business, but don’t want an advertising agency…. Engage Modus Operandi and deploy ‘out-of-the box’ creative processes as part of your business development planning.


As an expert in your professional field, creative thinking maybe restricted within your area of specialisation. We help brainstorm your issues building from a ground up perspective, mentoring people and focusing your team on all aspects of successful strategic planning.


We encourage flexibility; diversity and change, allowing you retention of thinking people as required, without large costs or constraints of fixed methodology or process. Greater thinking time dedicated to the problem, not the production. We seek to work alongside adventurous clients with clear objectives:-


Work smart; driven to succeed - outsmart competitors not outspend them. Creative thinkers - in business development and marketing delivering a minimum cost and maximum return. Willing to accept change - based on clear strategic thinking. Want a highly personal service - key people working with key people as a team. Prepared to share on success - reward appropriately. Engage in a challenging, yet rewarding relationship - enjoy the sweat and tears.


Please contact Rod Bryans or Alan Luce. Email modusoperandijersey@gmail.com


Marketing before Creative


OZOUF specialise in financial, retail and packaging.


We are a marketing focused ad agency. Prior to creative, highly experienced and Chartered marketers’ will discuss your business and review the current position, competition and opportunities for your brand, product or service.


Through this ‘getting to know you’ process and solid understanding of your business aims, we create a strategic marketing plan. Its is only then that creative concepts are developed to fulfil these objectives - making our work efficient and focused, talking in a language your customers understand.


The business has an in-depth knowledge and understanding of working with large brands, both financial and retail. For us, the brands that stand out are the brands that stand for something; they flourish because they have set some kind of new agenda in their organisation, their category and, most importantly, in the lives of their audience.


We would be delighted to talk to you and find out about your business and exactly what you want it to achieve.


Andy Ozouf


Managing/Creative Director Head Office, Suites 19/20, 4 Wharf Street, St Helier, Jersey JE2 3NR. Landline +44 (0) 1534 780080 Mobile 07700 888007 or Email: andy.ozouf@ozouf.net www.ozouf.net


PwC’s Advisory services


We realise that your business and the market you operate in is continually evolving. We keep talking with you so we are alert to your business changes, aswell as new market developments. That way you know you can rely on us to provide timely insights and support. We keep our team’s structure flexible, allowing you to tap into the relevant skills and expertise as your business challenges change. And we keep building our expertise so you can rely on us for a clear view of what’s on the horizon, giving you the information you need to plan efficient solutions and minimise impact of market changes on your business.


The range of issues and challenges we support clients with includes:


l Acquisitions and disposals l Controls reporting / “SAS70” l Forensic investigations l IT project assurance l Liquidations and restructuring l Listings l Project management l Regulatory reviews l Tax advisory


Contact our team: Mark James Simon Perry


+44 (0)1534 838304 +44 (0)1481 752057


Nick Vermeulen +44 (0)1481 752089 Karl Hairon Neil Howlett


+44 (0)1534 838282 +44 (0)1534 838349


Mark Hooton +44 (0)1534 838338 or visit pwc.com/jg


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