Feb 22, 2023
Poor economic conditions in Italy were not enough to sustain her business so trusting her gut instinct and following joy as a compass led Silvia Del Corso to move her young family to London. Here she started a new life, a new business and surrounded herself in a new community. Understanding her purpose, the importance of placing family first and taking on board many learnings from her past Sylvia took a massive leap of faith!
“When there is something going on with their family, there is nothing that's more important than that. You need to focus on family first.”
Silvia Del Corso is the Director of PinkSEO Ltd, an SEO agency in West London and she's been working as an SEO Specialist for more than a decade, helping more than 400 small businesses Be Found Online (her company's strapline).
Mother of two, Silvia co-founded in Italy in 2011 WebforYou, a digital agency, then she relocated to London in 2016, where she founded her current company, PinkSEO, which supports SMEs with search engine optimisation services.
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