Please find below the links to marketing materials that you may find useful:
– Sample Facebook Text and Image
– Sample Newsletter Advert
– Sample Emails to Residents
– Advert (landscape)
– Video link
– Press Release
– 2-sided Flyer Front (portrait)
– 2-sided Flyer Back (portrait)
– Case Study 1
– Case Study 2
To book your space: www.popupbusinessschool.co.uk/stratford
We are excited to announce that SDC’s Venture House is partnering with the PopUp Business School to run a FREE intensive week-long training event on 15-19 February – teaching residents from across the district how to start grass-roots businesses doing something they love. Their approach is fresh and unique, focussing less on spending money and borrowing, but more on empowerment and action.
With so many of our residents facing redundancy or currently considering new career paths, it stands to reason that a significant number will be considering self-employment.
We would be grateful for your assistance in helping to promote this free event so that the message can reach as many residents across the district as possible. Be it via social media, your website, newsletters, local community and business groups – every little helps!
There are no limiting eligibility criteria for attending the event (although attendees should ideally live or work in the Stratford District) so anyone can book on, whether they already have firm intentions to start a business, have started it already or are simply wanting to explore the idea of self-employment.
This event will be promoted largely on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram so follow us @VentureHouseSUA. If you have local business, community and craft/hobby Facebook groups who might be interested, please invite us to join or forward group details to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll make contact.
We thank you in advance for your assistance with this exciting PUBS project. If you have any queries please contact either the PopUp School direct (see above) or contact email@example.com and we hope to see more new businesses springing up across the district as a result.