Meet the management team behind Trades Digital



Lauren Swidenbank is the founder of Trades Digital, a specialist digital marketing agency that helps trades & construction businesses harness the power of digital marketing and paid ads. Growing up in a family of tradespeople, Lauren has always been passionate about digital marketing and in particular how it can help small business owners achieve their goals. She takes a holistic approach to marketing and believes that data-driven decisions are the key to success. Lauren is known for her big-picture thinking and passion for helping others achieve success, as a result, she has a collection of awards under her belt for outstanding digital marketing campaigns. 


Digital Marketer of the Year 2020/21

Best small budget campaign of the year 2021



Operations Manager

Brendan Carger is the Operations Manager at Trades Digital. He has extensive small business experience, having owned and operated his own small business before joining our team. Brendan has also worked as a tradesman in the plumbing industry, giving him a unique and valuable understanding of the trades industry. 

Our obsession is helping trades businesses find the right online strategy to get them seen. We empower Trades Professionals to reach new levels of success through their online marketing & social media. We’ve got you covered for your entire digital marketing strategy. We plan, we manage, we create and we execute. Every single time.

The online marketplace is a very crowded place; our goal is to increase your exposure, build a community and above all, get your business seen.


Big Picture 

We’re always looking for the next idea or the next opportunity – best believe we’re across all the industry developments in order to maximise your results.


Ultimately we’re a team of creatives that think out of the box to get your business more exposure. We’ll give anything a go if it means more jobs for you!


We’ve got this far on our no BS approach. We only give you the necessary information needed, in a simple non-jargon format.