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Woodbridge business women launch new marketing agency called Relish

PUBLISHED: 08:00 28 October 2017

Emma Lloyd (left) with Judi Newman

Emma Lloyd (left) with Judi Newman

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Two businesswomen have joined forces to create a new marketing and communications agency in Woodbridge, Suffolk.

Emma Lloyd and Judi Newman have launched Relish to offer clients a range of services from social media to creating a compelling marketing story.

Emma said: “For some years, Judi and I have worked freelance with a number of SMEs and not-for-profit organisations, helping them develop their communications and marketing offering. We have always shared ideas together informally and are now excited to bring our work under one roof and articulate our own story of how we can help businesses grow.”

Relish clients include Seckford Spa, the Alde and Ore Estuary Trust and Michael Richards Hairdressers.

“There are so many inspirational businesses and charities that want to explain what they do to a wider audience,” added Judi.

“We want to help people develop their story, and find the best way to share it.

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