Well, the short answer is because it makes good business sense.

Oh wait, you want more detail? OK here goes…

If you run a small business and recognise the importance of marketing, but you’re not quite ready to commit to a full-time resource, it’s the ideal solution for you.

If you’re a larger organisation with an established marketing team that struggles to cope with workload during busier periods, it’s the ideal solution for you.

If you’re looking to recruit a junior marketing resource but want all the right plans and processes in place ready for them to start, it’s the ideal solution for you.

If you’re a start-up and budget is tight, but you can commit to a couple of hours a week because you know you need to get your name out there, it’s the ideal solution for you.

You get the picture.

It’s the perfect way to achieve your marketing objectives, without the hassle and expense of recruiting a permanent resource.

It’s flexible, affordable and risk-free. Support is entirely tailored to your business needs. You can scale it up when you need extra resource and cut down during quieter periods.

No need to worry about payroll, pensions, NI etc. That’s my problem, not yours.

Get in touch if you’d like to discuss how a freelance marketing manager could work for your business.

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