Innovative marketing man Sam aims to help businesses Sizzle

GWENT marketing man Sam Williams is putting the sizzle into businesses amid the constraints of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The young entrepreneur, from New Inn, Pontypool, has launched Sizzle Marketing to help boost the prospects and raise awareness of businesses.

The 24-year-old Bangor University marketing graduate admits the current climate for launching Sizzle Marketing is ‘unique’ but remains confident that his offering will enable businesses to emerge with strength from the pandemic and beyond.

Sam, who has a master’s degree in Business and Marketing, said: “Now is certainly a unique time to launch a business, but it’s also a perfect time for an innovative business-like Sizzle to really take off and make an impact.

“Marketing is a highly important function for businesses and something that cannot be put on hold. Companies who invest in their marketing strategy will be best placed to succeed not only now, but when we come out on the other side of this pandemic.”

The former St Albans School, Pontypool, student who is based at Torfaen’s Mamhilad Park Estate, was previously employed by owners Johnsey Estates to market the business park.

He said: “There are some great marketing agencies out there. However, we like to make the distinction that Sizzle is a marketing consultancy, not an agency. We make it simple: we are focused on being the marketing department for your business. You will have all of the benefits of a marketing department, without the added responsibility and costs that would come with hiring a full-time marketing employee.”

“You can focus on the day-to-day running of your organisation, while we work on keeping your marketing sizzling in the background.”

As well as marketing developing customised marketing strategies, Sizzle Marketing also specialises in social media management, social media ads, Google ads, search engine optimisation, print and design, photography and video, PR and content and web development.

South Wales Argus | Business