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In times of economic uncertainty, we need to be doing more marketing, not less. Marketing is essential for a company’s stability, growth and even survival.

But we understand that your time is precious, so how can you possibly squeeze even more marketing into your schedule?  You could hire an in-house marketer, or you could outsource your marketing to an external agency.

Here’s why we think outsourcing your marketing to Juicy makes both financial and practical sense…



The average salary for a Marketing Manager in the UK is £40000 (CW Jobs). You then have further costs with PAYE and NIC, pensions, bonuses and holiday/sick leave. Add on the price of ongoing training, software licences and equipment and you’re looking at a whole lot more..!

If you start with £40000 and divide into 12 months, it works out at £3330 a month. Just imagine how much marketing you could get for that, as well as having a dedicated team at your disposal.



Most full-time workers in the UK are entitled to 28 days holiday per year (including Bank Holidays). According to The Guardian, each employee takes 4.3 days as sick leave per year. That’s over a month of lost time.

By outsourcing to Juicy, you always have someone on hand to work on your projects, and bounce ideas around too!



47% of small business owners handle marketing efforts on their own (Leadpages). 76% reported having insufficient time in the day to get everything done (Blacklinkfy).

Marketing is our bag and our team members are specialists in their fields, so we could give you your time back to work on your business instead of in it.



33% of small business owners don’t know if their marketing efforts are working (Keap), while 1 in 10 SMBs doesn’t invest in any kind of marketing (Blue Corona).

We have a team of specialists who have tried and tested pretty much all marketing methods under the sun. By outsourcing, our team becomes your team.



Marketing evolves at the speed of light. 76% of people feel that marketing has changed more in the last 2 years than the previous 50 (Adobe).

Our Juicy team are always researching and testing the latest trends so you don’t have to.



The majority of Marketing Managers in the UK (49%) have between 10-20 years of experience (Career Builder).

As a team, we have over 136 years of collective experience, so call us Marketing Veterans (although we don’t think we’re old enough)!

All in all, investing in a bespoke retained package with Juicy Marketing not only saves you time and money, but gives you access to our team of experienced and skilled marketing professionals.

Don’t just take our word for it, here’s what one of our outsourced clients has to say about working with Juicy… and we like to have a bit of fun along the way too!

If you’d like to explore how outsourcing may benefit your business, give us a call on 01256 335622 or contact us online.

If you’d prefer to meet in person (because we do), we can chat over coffee and cake!


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