Following the success of the first Business Breakfast Event in the Spring, which saw local businesses come together to listen to Paul Andrews (CEO of Jobs In Kent) talk about the rise of small businesses, a second event has been announced. The event will follow the same format as before and this time Matt Turner (Managing Director of Creative Pod) will be speaking about How to Market Your Business for Free.
Creative Pod is an award winning Sussex based design led marketing agency, working with entrepreneurs to SMEs and global blue chips. With years of experience in the industry, Matt will present on a variety of tools and techniques available to market your business at no cost. Matt will also provide hints and tips around lead generation, customer engagement and raising your brand awareness. Also a Director of Crawley Town Football Club and a Co-Founder of Young Start-Up talent, Matt's entrepreneurial outlook on business sees him apply his skills across a range of interests.
“We are delighted to be hosting a second Business Breakfast in November,” said David Shortland, Marketing Director of Crowborough Rugby Club. “It’s great that we are able to give something back to the local business community with Matt Turner sharing some of his expert marketing knowledge, which will be of great benefit to those attending"
Oliver Trailor, Managing Director of Runway Training, has expressed his enthusiasm for Steel Cross as a venue, accrediting the success of the previous Business Breakfast Event to our friendliness and professionalism.
The event is being held on 11th November 2015 at Steel Cross, the home of Crowborough Rugby Club, and is kindly sponsored by Runway Training and Speldhurst Sausages.
8.00am prompt – Full English Breakfast sponsored by Speldhurst Sausages
8.50am - Welcome & Housekeeping – Oliver Trailor, Managing Director, Runway Training
9.00am - How to Market Your Business for Free – Matt Turner, Managing Director, Creative Pod
10.00am - Close
If you run your own business or are responsible for marketing in an organisation then why not come along
Attendance is free, however places are limited so if you would like to book please click here.
Updated 15:28 - 12 Nov 2015 by David Shortland