Panoramic photo:  The back beach at Teignmouth.

 

About Img media Marketing.

 

Img media have been in business since 1994. We are situated in the South Devon coastal town of Teignmouth. This is on the main rail line of Paddington to Penzance.

 

We have, in the 25 plus years of operating, gained invaluable experience in all areas of  Business consultancy, marketing and promotion, plus all the disciplines necessary to advise and guide your business to be successful.

 

When promoting your business, we also have our own in house designer for all your Advertising requirements,whether for Hard copy or internet.

 

In 2018, we introduced our virtual and serviced offices to help small business and individuals grow without the need for all the expense of office leases or committed long term rentals.

 

We also work extensively with businesses in UK and Europe, particularly the German speaking countries to promote and advise clients on property investment in the UK and Europe.

 

We have a small subsidary office near to Salzburg, Austria. This enables us to easier meet and liaise with our European colleagues.

 

For investment in Austria we have developed the overseas property brand. amazingaustria.com

 For UK property investment we have the property brand. ukpropertyforinvestment.co.uk

 

 

Our offices are situated in Teignmouth, on the very stunning south Devon coast. This is on the main rail line of Paddington to Penzance. Our offices are only a few minutes walk from the rail station and the seafront.  You are welcome to visit us to discuss your business needs...in fact make a weekend of it and enjoy Devon!

 

IMG Media Marketing Group

Media House

2, The Triangle,

Teignmouth, Devon,

England

Tel: 0044 1626 819594

email:  virtual.office@imgmediamarketing.co.uk

 

For our interested readers, here is some history about the town: Courtesy of Devon Guide.

Teignmouth suffered a devastating invasion by the French in 1690 but the town reinvented itself in the 18th and 19th centuries.

 

When the railway opened up the coast in the 1840s, Teignmouth became the second most popular health resort in Devon. The previous trades of salt production and fishing gave way to the demands of tourism. The 19th century saw an influx of new business and consequently a number of new buildings. Boat building was a major local industry and most commodities were brought in under sail. As local business increased so did waterway traffic. Clay and granite quarried nearby were important exports. The Quay is constructed from this granite.

 

Panorama photo: Courtesy Richard Kendall - Creative commons.org

Inset photos: Alan & Judi.com