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WXY Creates Freelance Solution to Help Businesses During UK Restrictions


Remote Marketing Manager Solution to help bridge the marketing gap for businesses during the pandemic

WXY Creates Freelance Solution to Help Businesses During UK Restrictions


"From small businesses looking for a complete strategy through to organisations requiring cover while they recruit, our solution can be shaped to meet exact needs in an affordable, risk-free way"
Gemma Wieczorek, co-founder



Marketing consultancy WXY has launched its Remote Marketing Solution to help businesses continue marketing efforts during the pandemic.

In direct response to the restrictions faced by many companies, WXY will deliver bespoke marketing solutions delivered on a rolling monthly contract for just £999/month.

The bespoke solution aims to bridge any skills gaps within businesses and support an array of functions, including PR, social media management, SEO, copywriting, marketing strategy, website development and multimedia content creation.

Before WXY, founders Gemma and Marc completed freelance work for agencies and brands across the UK. Additionally, WXY created the newswire platform /gaming that supports video game developers and publishers in sharing news of their game launches with key media. The company has also worked with e-commerce and consumers brands to deliver both national and local marketing and PR campaigns.

Delivered via rolling contracts, with a minimum of two months sign-up, the Remote Marketing Manager solution can be tapped into by businesses when required, acting as a temporary solution or a longer-term consultancy partnership with WXY.

Gemma adds: “We hope this flexible way of working, mixed with our personal approach, will be the ideal solution for businesses navigating these challenging times.”

You can see more about the Remote Marketing Manager solution here.

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