We love to hear about the way that people use our products. Whether you are a school, leisure centre or council using litter bins from our range of indoor and outdoor litter bins to keep your environment clean and tidy, or a Britain In Bloom group creating wonderful displays using Amberol’s self-watering planters, it’s always good to see and hear our products in action.
It’s also helpful for others too. Seeing examples of how planters can transform a public space or hearing about how litter bins have helped to improve recycling rates and tackle littering can be inspirational. Plus, the best way to find out if it’s worthwhile investing in a new product is to ask other people in a similar situation who use those products. Of course, you’d expect us to say that our products are robust, versatile and offer value for money. So, it’s reassuring for potential customers, as well as for Amberol as a company, when those claims are supported by our customers through case studies and testimonials.
Why do a case study?
We don’t offer any form of reward or incentive for being a case study as we feel this would jeopardise the objectivity of the content. People offer to take part in case studies for variety of reasons:
We aim to make the process as simple as possible. If you express and interest in being a case study, Helen from our marketing team will get in touch with a set of questions for you to answer. This part takes around 10-20 minutes depending on the level of detail you want to go into. The answers are then written up as a case study and sent to you for amends if required and your approval (nothing is published without this). If you have any photos to accompany the case study, these are also very helpful. To see examples of Amberol case studies click here.
The case study is then uploaded on our website and social media for everyone to see. It may also be used in articles, newsletters and blogs to spread the word about the good work that your organisation is doing.
If you are interested in being a case study, please call us on 01773 830 930 or email email@example.com.
Biddulph in Bloom in Staffordshire has been working to improve the environment for the community since 1991. The organisation currently has over 20 regular members and trustees, plus many additional volunteers who also support a range of activities from admin to planting to painting.
As summer approaches and the weather gets warmer (hopefully), the facility of Amberol’s self-watering planters to help conserve water really comes into its own. This is particularly true in the current crisis when people are required to minimise any form of activity outside the home.
The Great British Spring Clean, originally scheduled to run from 21st March to mid-April, has been postponed due to the situation around Covid-19. The national campaign will now run for a shorter period from 11th to 27th September.