Saqib Malik is a young entrepreneur and digital marketing expert from the UK. He started his career at a really young age as a full stack developer and later went on to become a music producer and slowly over time he made his name in the music and digital marketing industry; and in a couple of years’ time he founded Prestige Perfections, working for many elite artists, brands and celebrities.
Some of his clients have included: Juicy J, 24hrs, Chloe Crowhurst, Billyracxx, Chase The Money, June James, Pitbull, Janet Jackson, DJ shadow, MAGIC!, Mark Pelli, Grandson, Xenia Ghali, Tristan Wells, Moncler Mellz, Sophie Beem, Betty Idol, DJ Chose, Imaj, Abrina, Dice Soho, OG Ron C & The Chopstars, Chopcloud, Beatking, ESG, Rachel Price, Sydney Jaffe, Chlo Subia, Trakksounds, QMoney, Damar Jackson, Lady Feyi, JaynFresh, Mayberry, 93.7 The Beat (KQBT), APG, label Gold, Empire Distribution, Warner Bros, Think It’s A Game Records, Latium Entertainment, & 300 Entertainment and many more.
He was introduced to marketing at an early point in his life and ensued this profession with a mindful and competitive approach as a result. Mr. Malik is fuelled by his passion for understanding the nuances of modern-day marketing and advertising.
He considers himself a “forever student” eager to build new and up-to-date marketing strategies to aid him to flourish in the marketing industry. His hunger for knowledge and determination to turn information into action and by spotting opportunities in new and existing markets has contributed to his recent achievements.
Over the past few years Mr Malik has managed and developed many artists from scratch to Elite, charting their tracks on many social media platforms, helping them maximise their digital presence, over time Mr Malik aims to take on board artists from different countries around the world and showcase the hidden talents.
His theory for success is simple: “It’s all about making connections. Customers. Investors. Partners. Press. Build that trust. Speak their language. The little things count.”