The Family Knife helps business owners and marketing executives do more marketing in-house, and do better in-house marketing.

New business? New product? Get your marketing department and process set up right, the first time. Outsource less and control your marketing. We can help.


WHAT WE DO

OUR CUSTOMERS BUILD bUSINESSES. WE HELP.

The Family Knife built our marketing team when we needed one most.
— Donna Lavallee, CEO, GoBumpFree

We help business owners and marketing executives do more marketing in-house and improve the quality, speed, and effectiveness of their in-house marketing.

Instead of outsourcing your marketing to a team that doesn't understand your brand, your customers, or your competition, we provide you with the right tools and knowledge to create marketing that's more effective, more affordable, and more you.

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HOW WE DO IT

Our Products:

The Family Knife has helped us do more this year than we thought possible.
— John Sheehy, General Manager, Mindful

Our most popular product is our Marketing Guidebook, a comprehensive strategy, plan, and tactical outline that gives you the research, ideas, and examples you need to do more marketing in-house, and see increased revenue from your in-house marketing.

We also offer Marketing Rescue, for when you're behind on a deadline or in the middle of an internal crisis and need great work done—now.

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CONTACT

KEEP US IN YOUR POCKET—YOU NEVER KNOW WHEN WE'LL COME IN HANDY.

If your marketing team has the potential to do more, but needs better tools, processes, and guidance to get there, get in touch.

    Our most popular product is our Marketing Guidebook, and we also offer Marketing Rescue, for when you're behind on a deadline or in the middle of an internal crisis and need great work done—now.

    For more information, you can reach us at: hello@familyknife.com

    If you’re in need of marketing help right away, text us at 902-430-5898.

     

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