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Our mini monthly meet-up for homeworkers, freelancers and small businesses. Come along to an informal morning of brilliant coffee, tasty butties and a bit of business!
We don't believe in the hard sell at Cafe Create, just excellent expert advice tailored to your business in a relaxed, non-selling environment. It's a chance for tiny teams and lone workers to get out of the office (or spare room!), mingle and meet new contacts.
For October, we're chasing leads and winning new business! Join us at Elsie Whitelely Innovation Centre for a morning with new business officianado Trevor Flannery who can change they way you market yourself to make your search for new clients effective and stress free. Trevor has worked in new business development for marketing services agencies for 25 years, both as a sales and marketing director and now as an external consultant. Trevor is an expert in recognising the hidden sales stories that lie within every agency and building them into working new business strategies, which have in the past seen him win clients such as Mothercare, Morrisons, Next and Aldi for his agencies.
If you like the sound of Cafe Create, come along - it's open to all creative and digital industry professionals, but as places are limited and this is a 'mini-meet-up' please only register if you know you'll come along and you are a mini business!
Cafe Create runs on the first Wednesday of every month from 9:00-10:30 at various locations throughout Calderdale, so check our Creative Calderdale organiser page regularly for the latest information.
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Creative Calderdale is THE creative and digital industry network for Calderdale.
Come along to one of our inspirational events with leading professionals from the creative and digital industry, or find out more about how we can support your business by visiting our website at www.creativecalderdale.co.uk
Creative Calderdale is not a company, charity or any other type of financial venture, instead it's a collaboration between public and private sectors. A project funded by Calderdale Council, managed by the Elsie Whiteley Innovation Centre and owned by its members.
If you have any questions don't hesitate to drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org