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A dynamic new production agency has launched in South Wales with help from Tata Steel subsidiary UK Steel Enterprise.

In an increasingly noisy marketplace, Bradley Lever is aware that standing out from the crowd is more important than ever.

And to help his clients do that, Bradley’s business The Content Creators, aims to show how adventurous, quality imagery, both moving and still, can make all the difference.

“Our aim is to produce memorable, high impact imagery for marketing material, in print, on websites and social media,” said Bradley.

“With so much going on in the marketplace these days, it is vital to get your voice heard and to make an impression.”

Bradley brings experience from leading creative agencies in London, where he works on high profile accounts in the commercial and corporate sectors. He is delighted to be working in South Wales, from his base in Swansea, from where he will cover projects all across the UK.

“We have a wide range of exciting, ambitious clients keen to promote their businesses and I am very much enjoying working in this beautiful part of the world,” he added. “With our experience of communicating and storytelling, we help clients speak to all their audiences and make a lasting impact.”

The business has been supported by a Business Start Up grant of £1000 from Swansea Council via funding provided in co-operation with Tata Steel subsidiary, UK Steel Enterprise.

The funding helped the firm buy new camera equipment. “This was a great help and I really appreciate the support provided,” said Bradley.

He is involved in training SMEs in South Wales, running various workshops. As well as being a qualified drone pilot, which helps him create stunning photography and video, whilst also offering audiences a new dimension in production.

Glyn Thomas, Manager in Wales for UK Steel Enterprise said: “We are very pleased to have helped The Content Creators get up and running and I am sure they will make an important contribution to the marketing scene in the area. I wish them every success.”

Robert Francis-Davies, Swansea Council’s cabinet member for investment, regeneration and tourism, said: “We were delighted to help Bradley with a Business Start Up Grant.

“Swansea is a city of creativity, ambition and opportunity – and it has a great digital future so the services Bradley provides will become increasingly valuable.

“The city’s ongoing regeneration will create many business opportunities and we’re pleased to be able to help start-ups and other local enterprises in a number of ways.”

Photo Caption: On the beach: from left Bradley Lever, Lee Wyndham Swansea Council and Glyn Thomas UK Steel Enterprise.

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