Yes, things went a bit tumble-weedy here in the second half of April. I upped, left and went guest blogging. Both posts are linked to two live events I chaired for the Brighton and Hove Chamber of Commerce.
Here are the headlines and links:
In ‘Hook that big buyer. Don’t hold back!’, you’ll get tips on how to attract the attention of bigger companies and turn them into clients. You’ll also discover how a pair of socks helped Jeremy Jacobs, the founder of Raise Bakery, to bag a huge contract with Virgin Atlantic.
In the space of six weeks, Raise had stepped up production from 500 to 50,000 cupcakes a week. Intrigued?
In The only heckling came from the birds, you’ll see how one city is grappling with its growing pains – and the fact it needs to find up to 24,000 new homes in the next fifteen years. That and lots of shiny new offices, with a good road and rail network to match. Will it manage? That’s what the audience at a Construction Voice event had to decide.
Both these blogs were written for the Brighton and Hove Chamber of Commerce and illustrated with photos from Brighton Togs – stealth photographers who capture the meaningful moments from your events. Their stealth is the subject of my next post.
As a quick aside, guest blogging is great. It takes you to new platforms and introduces you to new audiences. And if you want a bit of a break, you can always invite someone back and have a guest blog on your own site.