SocialB expands international workforce in response to Covid-19

SocialB, an international digital marketing & training agency who has a base in Norwich boasting clients such as, Visa, PwC, Elsevier, Aston Martin and Just Eat to name a few, has responded to the Covid-19 crisis by developing and building its international footprint.

Having historically had a couple of team members based around the globe, the company saw the opportunity with remote working to open up its search for leading digital personnel across the globe. In response to one of its busiest years, SocialB has recruited new team members based in Kenya, Spain, Manchester, Scotland and the Philippines.
Lynsey Sweales, founder and CEO of SocialB said,
“Covid-19 has accelerated digital growth both for businesses with an existing digital presence and those looking to revolutionise their current business models. Having taken our team remote during the pandemic when our requirement for increasing team numbers became obvious it seemed silly to restrict ourselves in our search for the best digital people.
It’s been really exciting opening up our recruitment process like this. It feels more in line with our typical operations. As an international agency pre-covid, we were travelling all over the world on a weekly basis to deliver training and to meet our clients. Having a global workforce will just support this as the world looks to open up again.”
SocialB was established in 2008 and quickly grew its international reputation delivering exciting training solutions and sophisticated digital & e-commerce campaigns that generate leads and increase profitability. With this approach, it didn’t take long for the company to grow its exceptional global client base.
Not surprisingly the pandemic saw many businesses turn to SocialB for digital solutions, making the most of their online training sessions, podcast and toolboxes aimed at helping businesses large and small build their digital presence with practical market-leading advice which has been a ‘go-to’ for hundreds of businesses throughout the pandemic.
Lynsey Sweales, CEO holds a local position on the Chamber of Commerce’s board, until recently was on the Skills Panel for New Anglia Local Enterprise, she’s a trainer for Google as part of their digital academy and a mentor for Digital Boost. As the company continues to grow Lynsey’s support for the local business community remains evident.

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