Growth as Minster hires marketing apprentice

Minster are pleased to announce that we have further invested in the next generation with the appointment of a new apprentice.Nicole, Minster's Marketing Apprentice

We are proud to introduce 17-year-old Nicole Heaton as Minster’s digital marketing apprentice. She forms part of our on-going commitment to providing career opportunities to young local talent in the county.

Kidderminster teenager Nicole will spend the next 12 months working closely with our marketing team, while also undertaking a level three diploma in digital marketing.

As part of her role she will support the creation of Minster’s marketing campaigns and further develop our blogs, social media presence and website content – also helping to coordinate events and public relations programme.

Nicole will also work closely with Minster’s management team to learn more about the business and its clients, with the potential to secure a full-time post next year.

Minster’s financial director Susan Marlow, explained: “As a business we are at the forefront of new technology and IT systems in business – but we also see the importance of investing in young, talented people and giving them the chance to shine.

“We’ve been delighted with the progress our current apprentices have made and it was the right time to bring in another high calibre apprentice on the all-important marketing side as we showcase ourselves in new markets and launch new products.

“Nicole is already proving to be the perfect fit and a great asset. She constantly wants to develop herself and has the perfect blend of skills, ideas and energy we need for the future.”

Nicole Heaton added: “To join the team at Minster is an amazing opportunity for me and I am looking forward to playing a role in the company’s future.”

Nicole has joined our three current IT and engineering apprentices who joined the business last year.

Minster Micro Computers team up with Worcester Warriors Rugby Player Ryan Mills

Ryan Mills MinsterMinster are proud to announce that they have signed a sponsorship deal to support Worcestershire Warriors Rugby player, Ryan Mills, over the 2015/2016 season.

As part of our approach to local business initiatives, we have opted to take a fresh look and review how we could support their local community.

A sponsorship first, Minster Director Nick Marlow explained:  “Minster continues to experience positive business growth, which in turn has enabled our team to support many more local and regional community and charitable organisations.

“After much deliberation and looking at a range of local sponsorship opportunities, we decided on Worcester Warriors and Ryan Mills due to the clubs’ business synergy and Ryan’s positive personality both on and off the pitch which is a great example for young players looking to establish themselves in the sport.”

Mills joined Worcester Warriors in the summer of 2014 from Gloucester, proving to be a strong team player and helping the club to regain premiership status. Warriors continue to build, investing in ground refurbishments and are firmly establishing themselves as a successful Aviva Premiership club.

Ryan Mills commented: “We’ve been really pleased with our start to the season and we have been competitive in every game. It’s a fantastic time for Minster to be supporting the Club and I am looking forward to seeing them at our games this season.”

Minster Are The Cover Feature For Chamber of Commerce!

Chamber of CommerceMinster are proud to be the cover feature for the latest edition of Business Direction (Hereford and Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce bi-monthly magazine).

We were chosen for the cover feature due to our reputation of excellent service, quality and long-standing commitment to local businesses. We were given a series of questions to answer in order to highlight the importance of IT and how relevant it is to a companies growth.

Labelled as ‘Industry Leaders In IT Solutions’ , Nick and Susan Marlow answered questions such as ‘What are the main IT issues Minster deals with on a regular basis?’ and ‘Is legislation helping or hindering sector development?’, hoping to have given the readers more knowledge on how important it is to keep IT systems up to date and how a supportive IT company can help businesses.

Please feel free to click the link below, have a read and let us know what you think!


Evopr Assigned To Further Promote Minster

We are pleased to confirm the appointment of to manage our Worcestershire and Midlands communications activity.minster5a-680x506

Susan Marlow (Director at Minster Micro) commented: “As an expanding Kidderminster business we are all very excited to be taking this next step in developing our communication strategy, so finding the right PR company who would be as enthusiastic about Minster as we are, was vital.

“From our initial meeting everything clicked and just fell in to place. We’re now starting to enjoy the process of working with to further enhance and promote our IT business offer.”

Evopr’s broad sector experience will further promote Minster’s business range of specialist IT solutions.

Kathryn Watts, business owner and founder of said: “I am absolutely delighted and it is a huge privilege that Minster Micro Computers have chosen as their PR consultancy.

“They are a highly regarded IT support solutions provider, their enthusiasm is infectious, and I am thrilled to be working with them to create a long and successful partnership.”