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B4B Welcomes Two New Graduates

14th September 2017
B4B Welcomes Two New Graduates

Digital marketing agency Bespoke 4 Business has strengthened their web design and SEO teams with the appointment of two new graduates.

Joining the B4B web design department is Suzanne Niccolls, 22, who has recently graduated from Bournemouth University with a degree in Digital Media Design.  She previously interned for River Island in London as a front-end developer and also has UX experience.

A keen traveller, Suzanne spent the summer in Peru and Ecuador before returning to Bournemouth to join B4B and embark on her digital career. 

Also new to the B4B team is Sarah Comerford, also 22, who joins as SEO and Content Marketing Assistant.  An English Literature graduate from the University of Gloucestershire, Sarah has a passion for writing and will be a valuable addition to the agency’s SEO team who look after the search and content requirements for over fifty clients.

From Bournemouth, Sarah attended Glenmoor School for Girls and Brockenhurst College before studying at university.  Her passion for events and marketing saw her volunteer for the organisation team at the Cheltenham Science Festival earlier this year.

B4B Director Anthony Tilley who leads the business is pleased to welcome Suzanne and Sarah: “We’re experiencing a real upturn in demand for our web and marketing services so the arrival of Suzanne and Sarah to our close knit and growing team is great news.  I am confident they will become real assets as we move forward as a business.”

Established over nine years ago, Bespoke 4 Business is a rapidly expanding digital marketing agency. Based on the Albany Business Park in Poole, they offer website design and development, as well as associated marketing services including lead generation, social media management, SEO & PPC, email marketing, design and PR.  They are retained by a number of Dorset’s leading businesses including W&S Recycling, Broadview, Carpet Barn & the Bed Store, Alan & Thomas and Charles Trent.

Pictured left to right: Suzanne Niccolls & Sarah Comerford

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