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Complete Mobile Marketing developed an effective impulse marketing application that utilises Bluetooth technology, to promote public services and businesses to mobile phone users.

CMM's application uploads Bluetooth transmitters and broadcasts interactive images and messages to mobile phones, dispensing with the need to know their numbers, providing a low cost marketing
medium. The transmitters are being located in shopping centres, high streets, business parks and Industrial estates across the UK.

Supermarkets provoke impulse purchases by their customers whilst shopping. CMM's Bluetooth marketing networks are designed to provide the opportunity to a local business to offer an impulse purchase, to the passing public in the vicinity, via their mobile phone.

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Missing People turn to hi-tech Salford business to raise awareness

The charity Missing People is using innovative Bluetooth technology, provided by Salford-based Complete Mobile Marketing, in its new ‘Join the Search’ campaign.

Bluetooth with a little added bit

A Salford Quays based business is developing technology to get messages to your mobile phone on a national network of servers...
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Complete Mobile Marketing uses Bluetooth for 'proximity advertising'

A marketing company is building a national network of servers capable of sending advertising messages to potential customers via Bluetooth.

Complete Mobile Marketing is forging forward at the cutting edge of mobile technology

Complete Mobile Marketing employs 12 people at its offices on Exchange Quay, and is looking to double its staff, director Martin Halsall tells us, as the business is rapidly expanding.

Hi-tech adverts sent to shoppers' phones

A NEW mobile phone service which sends instant targeted messages to consumers via Bluetooth is being rolled out nationally.

Complete Mobile Marketing creates 12 new jobs

A marketing company which is harnessing the Bluetooth messaging service to target consumers is creating 12 jobs as it looks to expand across the country.

Campaign credited with the Christmas cut in drink-driving

County council leader Dr Andrew Povey said: "Drinking and driving is stupid, selfish and dangerous. Far too many lives have been lost and far too many families devastated by people boozing before getting behind the wheel."
Messages such as "He Should Have Crashed At Yours" were broadcast on radio stations and seen in cinemas and pubs, on buses and on fire station banners, and online through Facebook and Bluetooth messaging.

Liverpool Echo claims successful fugitives campaign

The campaign, which was the brainchild of Echo crime reporter Ben Rossington, also involved sending out Bluetooth messages to mobile phones in busy areas of Liverpool about the wanted men.
The text messages, which included a picture of the fugitive and a cross-reference back to the article in the newspaper, recorded 200,000 pick-ups from passers-by.

Help police hunt for 'Festive Fugitives'

Thanks to the ECHO's link-up with Complete Mobile Marketing, you can get the Festive Fugitives on your mobile through a Bluetooth message that will be sent out across the city centre. If you know where any of our Festive Fugitives are, ring Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.