Newry-based digital marketing roles created by Fat Fish

  • The year is getting off to a strong start for digital marketing agency Fat Fish with the announcement of six new roles to be offered in Newry. The company is going from strength to strength with it only being established one year ago and already the team is focusing on sales growth in North America.

    Marketing firm Fat Fish has availed of significant investment from Invest NI to help enchance its recruitment and market development activities with the creation of 6 new roles. The company secured a £47,600 investment, which is projected to contribute over £189,000 to the local economy in salaries.

    The organisation's key objective is to support customers to increase the reach of their online audience. Fat Fish Marketing appeals to a broad range of customers, with a substantial percentage of current customers operating in the alternative medicine market. This market is a particularly profitable industry to be tapping to, with projections for 2025 indicating that the market will be worth over $196b US dollars.

    The company is just a year old and is keen to create competitive advantage and stay ahead of the curve. This investment will help the agency to offer more bespoke services to customers and respond to the increased demand the company has had for its services.

    "There is a global trend of increased understanding of the health benefits of alternative medicine so we need to position ourselves to meet the increased needs of our existing and potential customer base," explained Joshua Neilly, Managing Director of Fat Fish Marketing. This an exciting time for the dynamic Newry based Marketing firm, as the organisation seeks to capitalise on new export prospects.

     SOURCE: Fat Fish Marketing Press Release

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