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Use events to promote your business

#commsknowhow seminar 4

Running events is one of the best ways to build your brand, communicate with your audience and get your message out there!

From pop up shops to film screenings there are events out there to help you promote your business, grow your professional network and ultimately create new customers.

Dawn Newton, founder of Morello Marketing and Charity Meetup, joins Poached Creative to discuss how running events can create a buzz around your business.

The seminar will also help you to promote yourself like a pro, with top tips for using social media, Eventbrite and email marketing to promote your event. So, say hello to successful events that help to grow your business – Sign up today!

Discounts are available for small charities and social enterprises, Echo members, Bootstrap tenants and Poached Creative trainees.  

This is the fourth of a series of monthly #commsknowhow seminars Poached Creative is running at Bootstrap for freelancers, SMEs, charity communicators and social enterprises.

For more information email tobias@poachedcreative.com

100% of proceeds from ticket sales will be directly used to cover expenses for Big Issue trainees volunteering with Poached Creative.


DUSTY KNUCKLE BAKERY – the Bootyard, Abbot Street

The Dusty Knuckle makes beautiful and delicious things, with great care and obsessive energy. An award-winning social enterprise, The Dusty Knuckle plans to work with young people facing barriers to financial independence: youth offenders, early school leavers and the long-term unemployed.

Opening hours:

Monday – CLOSED

Tuesday – Friday 8.30am – 3.30pm


CAFÉ OTO – 18-22 Ashwin Street

Daytime cafe, night-time performances, with live avant-garde music from free jazz to psych rock.

Monday – CLOSED

Monday – Friday 8.30 – 5.30pm

Saturday 9.30 – 5.30pm

Sunday 10.30 – 5.30pm

Cafe Oto

MERCI MARIE – Fitzroy House, Abbot Street

Merci Marie is one of Dalston’s best kept secrets – a beautifully simple restaurant hidden from the masses serving lunch and dinner in a predominantly French & European style.

Monday – Friday 12 – 3pm

Every Friday 7pm – late


40FT BREWERY  – the Bootyard, Abbot Street

40FT Brewery opened its doors on 1st May 2015 in a disused car park in Dalston, East London. The brew house and tap room are built in repurposed 40 foot shipping containers.

Friday 5 – 11pm

Saturday 5 – 10pm


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