Zayn Rahman is an apprentice at theEword, where he cultivates link building opportunities on behalf of our clients. His role also includes compiling detailed reports for clients that highlight the impact of our campaigns. He has worked in various business areas and is particularly adept at communicating with clients.
Zayn has been working since he was fourteen, when he began helping out at his father's textile business, Classic Designs. Here, he learned a number of essential business skills such as how to track financial data and gained early experience of dealing with clients, as well as earning a GCSE in Business Studies.
Building on this early start, Zayn enhanced his knowledge of Google advertising at Double Click UK, where his role involved contacting potential clients and helping them on their way to a successful SEO advertising campaign. As the first point of contact, Zayn played a pivotal role in bringing clients to the business, and hopes to bring these skills to his work at theEword.
In his free time, Zayn is a keen sports fan. He is an avid Arsenal supporter, and enthusiastic cricketer, while he also follows squash. He enjoys socialising with friends and playing on his Xbox 360, as well as watching films, particularly comedy and horror. He listens to music of almost any genre except heavy metal, and he tries to get to the gym four times a week.
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