Contributed by Simply Business
Many business owners consider the Christmas break a great opportunity to make their plans for the new year ahead. But the team at The County Wire have decided to make an early start, launching a number of new services and their new website, before 2021 has even ended!
“We have listened really closely to what local businesses want to achieve next year and how they want to achieve it” Liz Baalham of The County Wire explains, “there is a real thirst for learning and growth, and a determination that they won’t be beaten by the current run of events”. These observations, and The County Wires own drive to support fellow businesses, has led to the formulation of a number of client led initiatives, including training courses, PR and marketing support packages and events planned for the coming months. The flagship ‘Partnership Programme’ and ‘Wired for Success’ Masterclass events have also launched, the first of which will be held at Trinity Park, Ipswich in March 2022.
“The Masterclass is something we have wanted to run for a long time,” Liz explains, “we have planned a full day event with industry leading speakers, networking opportunities and 8 individual workshops for delegates to take part in. We really want to provide an opportunity for local business leaders to showcase what they do and create meaningful, positive conversations between them and their peers.”
Interest in Wired for Success has been high with 4 of the 8 workshop spaces filled and only 1 speaker slot remaining. Conversations are also underway with a potential headline sponsor.
“The support and interest in the last few weeks has been amazing” Liz confirmed, “we hadn’t officially launched and some really well-respected businesses were already keen to be involved. We’ve even sold the first 20 of the 100 tickets”
To pull all of their offering together the County Wire have created a brand new website detailing all their services and the upcoming events (including a free ‘Your 2022 Marketing Plan’ webinar scheduled for January.)
“We really feel that we have sparked interest within the local business network and we are excited to bring them the support and services that they are asking for” Liz concluded.
For further information about The County Wire and the innovative ways it can help businesses to raise their profile and connect with current and future customers, visit the new website www.thecountywire.co.uk
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