Of the many lovely people Bright Dials met through the NatWest Accelerator programme, some of the most inspiring have to be Sara Osterholzer and Ruth Anslow, founders of The Good Business Club. This business’s initiative utilises a unique, effective model to connect companies with purpose: those whose intention is to do good in the world. We witnessed this first-hand while overseeing many of the 121 sessions Ruth and Sara ran in the NatWest Hub.
Speaking later with Ruth, she stressed how rewarding it was to be able to help so many people, in a relatively short space of time. Which is why we’ve signed up to offer our own marketing automation clinic on the 10th of February.
We know from experience that little tips can go a long way and make a big impact when they’re delivered at the right time. And that’s what Bright Dials hopes to bring to young SMEs via these sessions.
We work with an abundance of platforms and technologies, and are proud to have a portfolio of case studies demonstrating how we’ve helped many organisations in various industries transition successfully into the next stage of development.
After launching Casserole Club, a social isolation project connecting Diners and Cooks with food, alongside the Brighton & Hove Food Partnership and Together Co. (formally Impetus) a few years back, it’s been so interesting to get to know this sector having come from a very commercial, tech and media oriented background.
As Bright Dials is still a relatively young business, there hasn’t been much time for pro bono work – and that’s what really appeals with running these sessions; pitching up, administering advice, and benefiting others in the most efficient way possible.
If you’re looking to get the most from your data, manage your marketing activities more efficiently or seeking general advice, we’d love to assist in any way we can via one of these sessions. We want to help you get your #martech right
If you’re interested in joining us on the 10th of February, you can sign up and find out more about what you can expect to take away from a marketing automation clinic via the Eventbrite Page.
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