Cheltenham Chamber Online Business Forum 30 September 2.30 pm

Marketing Initiatives and Tips for Gloucestershire Businesses

Featuring Andrew Merrell, Raikes Journal and David Jackson, Marketing Cheltenham

For our September Cheltenham Chamber Online Business Forum, we have been able to secure two speakers with some great topics. After a general Chamber update from Chief Executive Michael Ratcliffe MBE we will be joined by Andrew Merrell, former Business Writer for The Echo and The Citizen and Punchline.

Andrew has recently set up a new Business News website for Gloucestershire called Raikes Journal. As well as introducing his new venture, Andrew will share his experience and tips on how to improve the chances of your business stories getting covered on websites like his and in other publications.

Andrew will be followed by David Jackson of Marketing Cheltenham, who will be sharing details of two exciting new initiatives that Marketing Cheltenham is working on that will be of interest to members and the wider business community.

To attend this event, please email and you will be sent a link to the meeting.

We hope that you will join us and invite your business friends to add to the discussions of where we can strengthen our business community.

Date: 14.30, Weds 30 Sept

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Meeting ID: 838 9593 7562
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Alastair James Insurance Brokers


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