Monday, May 10, 2021

Marketing agency benefits from “bounce-back factor” as team grows

A Nottingham marketing and social media agency has made a key appointment as it gears up to help SMEs bounce-back from the pandemic lockdown.

Claire Morrison joins Creationz Marketing, which is based on Beeston’s High Road, as marketing assistant, taking the Creationz team to four, including founder Claire Taylor.

Having completed her undergraduate Digital Marketing degree at the University of Derby, Claire has joined the team in her first agency role to assist clients with all aspects of digital marketing and advertising.

Whilst some businesses reined in marketing budgets during the pandemic, Creationz’ client base has continued to grow, as Claire Taylor explains: “There is no doubt that it has been a very difficult time for many businesses and of course many have downsized their budgets or in some cases their marketing personnel.

“That is the niche that we tend to operate in, providing realistic and affordable marketing consultancy and social media facilitation to businesses who may not have their own marketing team in place.

“It is great to be able to add Claire to the team, where she will work alongside Jasmin and Jordan, who have both come to us from our flourishing partnership with Nottingham Trent University.”

Claire Morrrison said: “It is a really exciting time to be in marketing right now because the playing field has been levelled somewhat for smaller businesses with smaller budgets. Lots of consumers are seeking local providers or smaller organisations to partner with and we are on a mission to help those guys take advantage of these opportunities.

“I am joining a great team here at Creationz and look forward to getting to know our clients and to helping them get to grips with their marketing campaigns.”

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