We are delighted to be supporting our partner charity, Kangaroos, at the Cuckfield Church Christmas Tree Festival at the parish church of Holy Trinity. This year, the festival is partnering with Kangaroos to raise much needed funds for this amazing charity, so we of course wanted to be involved.
Every year local businesses sponsor trees at the festival and half of the funds raised go to the chosen charity. Businesses are invited to decorate a tree in the church either to a Christmas theme or to represent their organisation.
The first festival was held in 2003 and due to its tremendous success, it has become an annual event the local community look forward to every year.
Artemis have sponsored a tree at this year’s festival for the first time in support of Kangaroos. We decided on our theme ‘SEO stardom’ and to represent the ethical side of our business we voted to handmake all of our Christmas decorations (not a plastic decoration in sight!). Well done to the Artemis crafters! You did a great job!
A bunch of the Artemis team have been busy over the last few weeks getting together (at the pub) to make a zillion stars (well not a zillion, but it felt like it!) and today we headed down to the church to decorate our tree, ready for the festival which runs over this coming weekend (Friday 7th December – 9th December).
We were blown away by the wonderful displays and we think we did an amazing job with our tree too.
Please go and support Kangaroos this weekend. There is a rich music programme running all weekend with choirs, instrumental performances and singers. See the programme of events here. We can’t recommend this event highly enough.
Pop in and see our tree. Some of the Artemis team will be there on Saturday afternoon helping out on the Kangaroos stall. Do come and say hello if you can make it. It’s the perfect event to get you in the Christmas spirit.
We’ve been really proud of our efforts to support Kangaroos over the course of 2018, raising nearly £6.5K. Kangaroos run fun and social activities in a supported setting for children and young adults with learning disabilities and we know how much this charity means to the young people and families who use their services.
We are looking forward to working with Kangaroos in 2019, which will be their 25th anniversary year and hope to smash our fundraising target of £6K again next year.
Team spirit is brimming over at Artemis this week after our brilliant picnic by the pond last Friday. The event was organised by our CSR Manager, Julia, to raise funds for local charity Kangaroos, who we are partnered with. The charity runs fun clubs and outings for children and young adults with disabilities in Mid Sussex and they rely heavily on donations to contribute to their operating costs.
We’ve been partnered with the charity since the end of 2017 and we are always looking for fun ways to help raise much-needed funds for this brilliant organisation. Our cake sale raised a magnificent £270.80, which takes our total raised for the charity this year to £6,083.52 – wow!
We are so very lucky to be working in the beautiful Sussex countryside, so a cake sale made perfect sense to give us some time out to enjoy a lazy lunch by the pond and catch the last of the summer sun before autumn sets in. And it was a great chance to get to know our neighbours better too, so all of the businesses here at Danworth Farm were invited along.
Last week began with some carefully orchestrated lists of who was to bake what and picnic food requirements were divvied out to the team. We had everything crossed that the weather would hold out and it did.
The cake offering was amazing with everything from beautiful apple cakes baked by Nicole, to deliciously moreish chocolate and raspberry cake lovingly prepared completely gluten-free by Julia, and scrumptious bread pudding slabs made by Samantha from Kangaroos. There were many more, so sorry I can’t mention you all here! They were all yummy, judging by the delirious grins and crumb-filled laps afterwards!
We had lots of savoury snacks too, including a generous array of sandwiches donated by our MD, Mike Knivett. Everyone in the Artemis team contributed in some way and it was great testimony to the way we work and support each other.
We were bowled over by the generosity of everyone who attended. Kangaroos are delighted and so are we! A big thank you to the Artemis team who pulled a stupendous spread of food out of the bag, and for the picnic essentials, such as gazebo and chairs loaned to us by Matt, one of our account managers who also happens to be a hog roast catering extraordinaire.
Thank you to the other businesses who came, gave generously and hopefully enjoyed the gathering. It was great to meet you all. Huge thanks to Geo Environmental, Beauty Concepts, Pet Id Microchips and Cutters Barn for your donations. We hope you enjoyed the cakes and our company! Let’s do it again next year.
Do you have a passion for digital marketing and a career track record to match? Are you ready to shine in a fast paced client focused environment, working with other dynamic, friendly professionals who are committed to excellence in everything they do?
Artemis is growing rapidly and we are currently looking for exceptional individuals to join the team. If you are contemplating your next career step in technical SEO, web development, content writing, outreach or account management, Artemis could be the perfect place for you. Here are 11 excellent reasons why.
1. Rapid ongoing business growth and opportunities
Now is an exciting time to join Artemis. We are expanding rapidly and about to move into brand new offices. We have been working with one of the leading creative agencies in the South to create a vibrant, progressive new brand image for the company, to be launched in October of this year. Over the next three years, we plan to target aggressive business expansion, which means phenomenal opportunities for the right candidates.
2. A highly talented, commercially driven and quality focused team
At Artemis, you’ll be working with high-calibre individuals who are passionate about what they do. You will find us to be a friendly, close-knit team of professionals all pulling together to deliver the best service possible to our clients every single day. The technical excellence and innovative approach of our SEO team, the exceptional communication and service delivery of our Account Managers, and the creative input and quality output of our Content and Outreach departments are testimony to the high quality of our work.
3. A wealth of company benefits
In addition to a competitive salary, there are a number of great company benefits on offer at Artemis. Once you’ve settled into your role and you’re eligible, you’ll benefit from our annual bonus scheme and contributory pension scheme, get an extra day’s holiday on your birthday, subsidised gym membership and eye care vouchers. We are committed to making Artemis a great place to work and we wholeheartedly support the well-being of all our staff.
4. Ranked 1st out of nearly 1,500 SEO companies
At Artemis, we are not content to be among the top performing companies, we aim to take the crown. We are extremely proud of the outstanding results we achieve for our clients, our unrivalled client retention rate and our industry leading reporting methods. As a company, we have worked hard to establish ourselves at the forefront of the digital marketing industry and we have every intention of staying ahead of the curve.
5. A supportive environment and a commitment to CPD
Every day presents new challenges and new opportunities for problem solving and learning. We provide a supportive learning environment and continuous peer-to-peer training. We are committed to the long-term professional development of each team member. Every employee has their own Personal Development Plan, which is reviewed on a regular basis. We understand that if our employees flourish and grow, we as a company do better.
6. Offices based in the beautiful Sussex countryside
You’ll find our offices on the outskirts of one of the prettiest villages in Mid Sussex. Hurstpierpoint has a picturesque High Street with lots of period buildings, quirky shops and the odd nice pub and wine bar too. We’re located on a converted farm in serviced office buildings surrounded by open countryside, yet strategically placed only 10 miles from Brighton and a 5-minute drive from the A23. When the weather is nice, we take our lunch-breaks by the pond! In the winter we like to do walking-meetings in our wellies!
7. Team building and social events are important
All work and no play is not how we do things at Artemis. We understand the importance of bonding as a team, both professionally and personally, and value the fun we have on our corporate social events. To give you a flavour, this year we organised a Yachting Day on the Solent and a luxury Spa Day. Then there’s the annual Christmas Party as well as various charity events we sponsor and support that everyone is welcome and encouraged to join in.
8. We believe in doing the right thing
We are a socially responsible business committed to supporting our local community. We are partnered with local charity, Kangaroos, who run fun clubs and activities for children and young adults with learning disabilities in Mid Sussex. We support the charity through a range of fundraising activities. So far this year we’ve raised over £6,000 by taking part in the Haywards Heath Bike Ride and entering a team into Kangaroos’ annual golf tournament. We also recently had a great night out at Bolney Wine Estate at a fundraising fashion show.
9. We care about the environment
At Artemis, we genuinely care about our footprint and the impact we have on the environment and the community around us. Individually and collectively, we know we can make a difference. We are fully committed to recycling and we operate plastic-free Friday in the office to increase awareness about plastic pollution (it’s not mandatory, but gently encouraged). We are also working towards becoming a carbon neutral business.
10. No chance to get bored
There’s no time to get bored or to stand still at Artemis. We work hard, we work enthusiastically and we are always seeking ways to improve the way we do things. In our fast-paced environment, you will have the opportunity to work on amazing projects for a range of industries – from professional services to interior designers, ecommerce businesses, IT specialists, lifestyle and travel sites and beyond. We encourage collaboration so you will also get the chance to work with different departments on certain projects.
11. Our culture is great
At Artemis, productivity and the high quality of our work is the direct result of happy committed employees, which we foster through a range of employee engagement initiatives. We believe in teamwork and supporting each other, with problems being viewed as opportunities for improvement and growth. Above all, we work with honesty, integrity and respect to achieve the best possible results for our clients, while doing everything we can to bring out the best in each of our team members.
If you’re curious to find out more about career opportunities at Artemis and think you have what it takes to be part of our high calibre team, please get in touch. We are looking for enthusiastic, highly motivated individuals who are great team players and have the ability to perform well under pressure in a fast paced commercial environment. If you can demonstrate initiative and adaptability, as well as great communication skills and excellent attention to detail, we would love to hear from you.
As part of the Artemis rebrand we’re excited to launch in October – coinciding with moving into our new, additional offices – we have given our social media platforms a new lick of paint.
A lot has been going on behind the scenes here at Artemis, with sponsorship of Wickwoods, Hurstpierpoint FC and more – and we’re delighted to share some of those new branding visuals across our social media pages.
Friends of the Earth have launched their #PlasticFreeFriday campaign, encouraging individuals and businesses to commit to one day every week where they do not use any form of single-use plastic.
At Artemis we thought that it was a fantastic idea, and as a part of our responsibility to the environment and sustainability, members of staff have volunteered to be a part of the campaign – eliminating single-use plastic on Fridays (as well as being mindful of plastic usage the rest of the week).
There is simply so much single-use plastic that inevitably ends up in landfills and then gets into the world’s oceans. Single-use plastic includes everyday items such as wrappers, sandwich packets, bottles, plastic straws, disposable coffee cup lids, food bags, plastic cutlery and much more.
Making small changes, such as going plastic-free one day per week can help change behaviour and raise awareness to the cause and the challenges.
Check out the Friends of the Earth campaign for some great tips about how to go single-use plastic free, either on Fridays or as often as you can!
Artemis takes our commitment to the environment seriously. We utilise recycling boxes, recently investing in a coffee-pod collector to make it possible for us to recycle more effectively. We also exclusively use eco-friendly cleaning products, use as little paper as possible and are always looking to implement greener policies in the office.
It’s no secret that Artemis is undergoing a rebrand behind the scenes, ready for the big launch on October 1st – coinciding with moving into our additional offices. As part of the big launch, we have rolled out the new logo early – and here it is, in all of its glory!
Many more exciting changes are coming soon, and we shall be providing more updates over the coming weeks.
At Artemis Marketing we are really proud of our developing relationship with local charity Kangaroos, who run fun clubs, activities and trips away for children and young adults with learning disabilities in Mid Sussex. We are delighted to be supporting a charity making such a difference to people’s lives in our local community.
We were invited to attend the Kangaroos’ fashion show fundraising event at Bolney Wine Estate café last Thursday. The event was organised by Kangaroos volunteer, Jackie Flynn along with Helen Hitchcock, owner and founder of clothing company, Sakala. As always, Kangaroos’ fundraising coordinator Samantha Norgate was on hand to offer her support.
The fashion event was organised to raise funds and the profiles of two very worthwhile causes – Kangaroos, and the charity arm of the Sakala clothing range, Helping Elsewhere, which funds and runs a number of Indian and Nepalese educational and development projects in and around Goa.
Eight of us lovely ladies from the Artemis team jumped at the opportunity for a night out and a chance to be involved yet again in raising money for great causes. And what a fantastic evening it turned out to be.
The night kicked off with a glass of the Estate’s own wine, which we enjoyed while we heard more about the evening ahead. We were treated to really heartening tales of the charity work being carried out in India by Sakala’s founder Helen Hitchcock. This is a woman with an incredible heart doing wonderful things in India, as well as supporting great local causes here in the UK, such as Kangaroos.
While we topped-up on wine and ordered some great tapas food from the Bolney kitchen, we watched the fashion extravaganza showcasing a beautiful range of ethically-produced Indian cottons from Steyning-based Sakala. The clothes were modelled by a team of lovely ladies, while Sakala’s founder Helen gave us a running commentary on the styles and detailing.
After the show we were able to browse the clothing, jewellery and homewares collection and buy (and boy did we buy!). Sakala’s clothing is defined by a range of wonderful ethnic prints. The pieces, ranging from harem pants to kaftans, dressing gowns, pyjamas, scarves and dresses, are quite simply stunning, beautifully made and perfect for the latest British heatwave! Arbonne, botanically based beauty products, were also on offer, as well as a range of essential oils.
As if that wasn’t enough, massage and beauty therapist Ingvor Hicks offered taster Ayurvedic facials and head massages using Neals Yard products, which enabled us to wind-down the evening perfectly before making our way home.
A percentage of ticket sales from the event went to Kangaroos, as well as proceeds from the raffle, massage treatments and 10 per cent of Sakala clothing, jewellery and homeware sales on the night. Kangaroos were able to raise £455, which was match funded by an individual donor to make the total raised a very respectable £910.
We were delighted to have been invited and to have contributed to this fund raiser for much-needed funds towards the running costs of Kangaroos. As well as offering our presence on the night, we contributed two great hampers as prizes in the raffle, thanks to the generous donations from everyone in the Artemis Marketing team.
The event, attended by Kangaroos supporters, parents of children who attend the clubs and friends of the Sakala brand, was a rip-roaring success. It was a relaxed evening in beautiful surroundings with brilliant company and all for a great cause. We are planning a fundraising picnic to raise more money for Kangaroos over the summer and we’ll be doing a sponsored walk in the Autumn.
We were absolutely delighted to support the Kangaroos charity last Friday at their fourth annual golf day held at Mid Sussex Golf Club. The Kangaroos charity based in Haywards Heath provides a range of fun disability clubs and trips out for children and young adults with learning disabilities and complex medical needs. Kangaroos is a fantastic charity offering much needed services and respite to families in Sussex and further afield.
This was our first year at the golf event and it was a very special one with a winner’s cup dedicated to the memory of a young Kangaroo member, Ella Thatcher, who sadly passed away suddenly and unexpectedly at the beginning of this year.
Ella’s father, Mike, also entered a team in the competition, and gave a very moving speech after the golf game. It is wonderful to hear such heart-warming stories of the incredible work that the Kangaroos charity is doing. Ella clearly loved her time at Kangaroos.