Building a Better Mousetrap in Comox Valley

As the demand for full-service marketing on Vancouver Island increases, Better Mousetrap Marketing is growing to meet it.

As the demand for full-service marketing on Vancouver Island increases, Better Mousetrap Marketing is growing to meet it. Company founders Lisa Henderson and Jason Clayton say Emma Payton has joined the Better Mousetrap management team as a partner.Emma brings to the company over 15 years of experience in business management and business consulting to the company. Her role in marketing and business planning will enable the company to manage its expansion and support clients in theirs.  “Joining Better Mousetrap as a partner is a thrilling opportunity for me. I couldn’t ask for a better partnership team and our staff is amazing,” said Payton. “I’ve been working on small business growth for years and being part of a bigger team is fantastic.” “I’m very proud to have Emma as a partner in the business,” offers Henderson. “She brings a fantastic skillset and strong leadership to the team. We are looking forward to expanding the business with her.” Better Mousetrap Marketing also announces that Jenny Deters has joined their team. Jenny has over 10 years experience in both sales and marketing, most recently as the director of sales and marketing at the Old House House Village Hotel and Spa. With her strong connections to the tourism industry, Jenny will be an invaluable asset.  “Jenny’s reputation precedes her. We already have clients asking specifically for Jenny’s expertise in their marketing plans,” says Payton.  The team at Better Mousetrap have increased their office space to accommodate the growth and are looking forward to the future.  Better Mousetrap Marketing in Courtenay provides branding, web, and marketing services to clients throughout Vancouver Island and the Mainland. For more information, visit — Better Mousetrap Marketing

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