Showcase Your Company With Braver Marketing

23rd November 2016

Sheffield-based Hydra Creative is inviting South Yorkshire business people to find out how to improve their companies' digital marketing skills at a one-off event.

'Be Brave With Your Marketing' takes place in December and will show ambitious companies how they can develop and experiment with their own marketing. Attendees will hear from industry experts including Google, Sticky Marketing Club, Andy Hanselman Consulting and Cream. The event will encourage business owners to be brave and step out of their boundaries when promoting their business both online and offline. Gemma Daniels, client services director at Hydra Creative said: -We've noticed an increase in businesses coming to us for advice on how they can stand out from the crowd, so we're extremely pleased to be able to host an event like this. -Businesses, big or small, are welcome to attend and hear insight from Grant Leboff and Google as well as local specialist businesses in generating new ideas to transform their marketing. Tickets have a suggested minimum donation of £10.00 each, with all proceeds going to Hydra's charity of the year, The Children's Sleep Charity. The event takes place on December 1, at the Advance Manufacturing Park in Sheffield from 1pm. To book a ticket please visit:

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