Amlot is a small group of very focussed people. We’d like you to hire us to help you communicate.
We help you figure out how to engage in a profitable relationship with your audience – a relationship that is rewarding, inspiring and fulfilling.
We celebrate quality, dedication and ingenuity – and explore how we can share the good news with people who care.
We advise you, help you build a strategy, and put that strategy into action.
Amlot cares about communication, and we want you to care too. Communication can be elegant, efficient, and even fun.
It’s marketing, but enjoyable and rewarding marketing.
What is Amlot?
Amlot is the antithesis of classical marketing. It’s the answer to the question: What do you really want?
Amlot is for small to medium-sized organisations that don’t have a dedicated marketing department or agency working for them.
Amlot can design you a strategy and a campaign, build you a website, set up email notifications, install a webshop, tweak your current communications and reorganise your support channels – but only if we think it’s the right thing to do. We might recommend a free WordPress site, a fully customised Webflow site, or even design a postcard to send to your prospective customers. It all depends on you.
Amlot is pedantic. We cross the i’s and dot the t’s, so you don’t have to ;-)
Who is behind Amlot?
The founding members of Amlot are Jonathan Irons, Audrey Maak, Bart Van der Roost, Clare Clarke and Jacob Møllemose.
They’re at home in Vienna, Oslo, Copenhagen and Antwerp. While they do speak English, German, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch and French, it’s the language that your customers speak that we want to learn.
How we work
We start by finding out what makes you stand out and who actually cares about what you do.
Then we figure out the most effective way of communicating with people who can help you achieve your goals.
Let’s assume you want to make the world a better place. Who wouldn’t, right? This might be through organic yoghurt, personal fitness training or an organisational widget. All things that are better than what’s already out there.
So think about this:
- Who exactly is your product for? Who, specifically, will benefit from using it?
- How do you like to work? What part of your activities do you enjoy most?
- Who are your existing contacts, friends and customers, and why do they like what you do?
Take a step back, take a deep breath and think about what you’re doing, why you’re doing it, and who you’re doing it for. We’ll help make that step easier for you.
We might even tell you to start sending faxes, because who sends faxes these days.
Here’s what we think about marketing, communication and efficiency:
Who we work for
We’ve worked for a very interesting mix of clients, including a major news website, a certified flight instructor, a mail-order music company, a benchmarking analysis company, a software developer, a human resources marketer and several start-ups.
And we’re proud to say we’ve done non-profit work for some wonderful charities and foundations along the way. All of which have enriched our experience and polished our skills.
We’d love to hear your story. We’re very curious people. Tell us what you do, what you want to do and why you want to do it.
Wait! Where is the footer?
All websites must have a wide footer with loads of links in it, including your privacy document and your contact page. Oh, and your logo again. That’s the law of the internet. Just like the menus, the hero image, the copyright notice, the sliders and all the grids. Arrest us now, officer. It’s a fair cop!
And if you’re wondering what Amlot means, here’s the answer.