Sayers Solutions provides marketing and business support to small businesses and non-profit organisations, enabling you to focus “on the business” rather than “in the business” … or the other way round depending on your preference.
Naturally customer focused, with a desire to help small businesses exploit their skills and abilities with a profitable outcome.
Merewyn returned to study in 2008, after 15 year in industry, in her pursuit to find career direction; enabling her to move from suggesting change to implementing it.
During her studies, Merewyn discovered she had a natural inclination for Marketing; being customer as well as business focused, a strong communicator and very creative.
As well as studying, in 2008, she became involved with launching and running a community group for three local parks; The Friends of CHaT Parks. Which has now become a Charity, of which she is a trustee of. This provided many opportunities to be actively involved with decision making and strategy for the group.
In 2013 Merewyn created the HD8 Network to build and promote communication across the HD8 area. There is a website, social media channels, monthly networking events and provide a variety of ways for businesses and event organisers to promote their activities. Merewyn has also successfully run 2 annual Business Shows.
Previously Merewyn Sayers worked across a range of business support positions from Office Junior to Account Manger, in small organisations through to multinational ones. From each role an insight of how businesses run has been gathered; how small improvements can make big differences. Merewyn has incurred many battles but at the same time gained an appreciation for the reservations and resistance towards change.
Originally a Southern, spending her teenage years in The Witterings, West Sussex. Merewyn has lived and worked in West Yorkshire from the age of 17 years old, however during this time she has also lived and worked in the Netherlands and briefly in France too.
Sayers Solutions now supports Small Businesses and Non Profit Organisations enabling them to continue doing what they are good at.
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