Olivia Fishwick

Digital Marketing Lead
olivia fishwick


Olivia heads up the marketing side of the websites and marketing team. She has a wealth of experience across the entire digital marketing spectrum such as social media marketing, content creation, copywriting, SEO, keyword research, competitor analysis, analytical reviews and crafting marketing strategies/plans (not to mention an eye for detail that is unmatched).

Olivia is strategic and creative. She loves planning strategies and seeing those strategies come to life in creative ways that drive engagement and solid results.

Fun facts about Olivia are that she taught herself Hangul (Korean Alphabet) in the 2020 lockdown, is writing a fantasy novel and competed for the 2009 and 2010 Lancashire Gymnastics Team.

It was our pleasure to work alongside some of the brilliant minds from Accesspoint including Scott Brown, Olivia Fishwick, Arminta Butrimaite, Aleksander Noworol and others who designed and configured the website based around our bespoke specifications. We couldn’t have done it without them, thank you Accesspoint team!

Brett Shaw, Chronicle Law

Accesspoint have been so incredibly supportive in achieving desired objectives – including creation of platforms, website design and lead generation. Big thanks in particular to Olivia Fishwick, Scott Brown and Richard Roebuck who continue to help make a difference for the business.

Thushara Polpitiye, Founder and Managing Director of Astute Law

We are so happy with all the social media on Goodman Ray! It’s so exciting every time I see something on there. Olivia and Emma are doing a great job and make everything so easy!

Louise Payne, Practice Manager at Goodman Ray Solicitors

Thanks for the excellent and timely support you’ve given me over the past couple of weeks since the switch over. I’m learning the WordPress platform quickly and finding it much easier to work with – far more intuitive.

Rich Holgate, Thornton Jones Solicitors

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