Luminos offers surprisingly affordable freelance marketing & branding services to businesses throughout the UK. While we are based in Devon and love to meet with clients in-person (when Covid restrictions allow), we also work remotely with local, national and international brands.

We're delighted to work with businesses of all backgrounds and as a woman owned company we specialise in working with other women owned businesses. We love to help teach, empower and provide strategy and tools to other women who are growing their businesses so they can create more income and allow their voice to be heard by more people.⁠


Luminos Marketing & Branding can offer you cost-effective freelance marketing support. From new websites, full company rebrands, social media support and more. If you think you can't afford professional freelance marketing, web design or branding services then think again!

With over 15 years of marketing and branding experience, we've worked with local, national and international brands. From start-ups to established businesses, we're here to help your company achieve it's potential.

If you're based in the South West then let's meet for a (socially-distanced!) coffee and a chat or if you're further afield then we can get together for a video call and see how we can help...



From web design and marketing work to one-off projects or longer-term work, we can meet your needs.


Web Design​

We'll build you a new website to get your business out there

Graphic Design

Let us help you with your design

and print

Social Media

From full social media advertising campaigns to regular posts or blogs

Email Marketing

Increase sales, communicate with our customers or let us help you build your database



You only get one chance to make a first impression - so make sure it's a good one


Don't get lost for words - let us create content for your new website, blogs, articles, press releases...



“I wouldn't think twice about recommending Luminos and hope to work with them again in the future.”

The Little Naturalists Club