All-In-One Digital Marketing Agency Launches in North Wales

Posted on
May 10, 2020

Two lifelong friends Osian Gwynedd & Dylan Evans have officially launched their new Digital Marketing Agency based in North Wales after starting the idea in early 2019. They saw how small businesses in North Wales were lacking in their online presence and believed they could offer these businesses the digital marketing services they deserve and the opportunity to become online powerhouses.

Kopa Marketing will aim to grow businesses through Digital Marketing services including search engine optimisation and customised Google Ads campaigns (PPC), customised website design solutions, truly eye-catching logo designs , as well as customer retaining video marketing and Facebook ads strategies. These services will skyrocket the amount of exposure that your business receives. We also offer bespoke packages which include niche specific digital marketing services not advertised on the website, available upon request.

Kopa Marketing will be looking to work with start-up businesses, e-commerce businesses, as well as fully established businesses who are ready for a digital marketing boost. Kopa Marketing is looking to make a huge impact; growing businesses both locally in North Wales, across the UK, and globally.

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Co-founder Osian commented: “We have been working hard on this for the last 6 months and are both extremely excited to be launching Kopa Marketing. As a North Wales-based marketing agency, we understand how hard it can be to work with multiple marketing agencies, we are ready to give everyone a business that can provide all the benefits of working with multiple agencies in one website. With Kopa Marketing, you will get to have your own client dashboard to keep track of the work we’re doing, and we will always be available to answer your questions because growing your business is our number 1 priority.”

It is amazing how in 2020 so many businesses are still missing out on the huge benefits of Digital Marketing, mainly due to the upfront costs and the uncertainty of the process. Our main aim is to help these North Wales based businesses understand that Digital Marketing drives businesses’ growth online and can really help them achieve wider business goals.

Dylan Evans & Osian Gwynedd

Who are we?

Osian has years of experience starting multiple successful online businesses. It became apparent how difficult it was to work with multiple marketing agencies simultaneously, so he set out to develop a fully transparent and no-nonsense approach to help businesses. His ecommerce knowledge is second to none with valuable experience in ad campaigns and website building.

Dylan gained a BSc in Business Information Systems from Cardiff University and since has been working in the software development industry for over 6 years. He has experience in web development, python programming, and is an expert in SQL ( Oracle , Microsoft SQL Server and Teradata ) with a keen eye for detail and quality.

An added incentive for Osian & Dylan to build Kopa Marketing was the positive impact they realised they could make on North Wales businesses as this is where the two grew up, where they attended primary and high school together

Dylan commented: “Having both spending most of our lives in Porthmadog, North Wales, we saw a real opportunity to help local businesses. We’ve both found that smaller, local businesses don’t always utilise digital marketing into their business model, or if they do, it could be improved on.”

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What is the plan?

Having taken time to develop a fantastic team of people for the agency, Kopa Marketing have now officially launched their business with a brand-new website. The agency will spend the time in quarantine due to coronavirus developing online connections with local businesses. This is a crucial time for small businesses in North Wales to improve their digital marketing strategies while the rest of the world is in lockdown.

We are always open to new opportunities, so feel free to get in touch, we’d be happy to chat.

Posted on
May 10, 2020

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