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Chamber to Help Wakefield Businesses Write Compelling Copy

Published 27th Aug 2013 by Rebecca Walker

We're holding a 60 Useful Minutes seminar hosted by Sarah Ainslie Marketing on how to create compelling copy for business 24th September 8.30am-10am.

The Mid Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce is holding a 60 Useful Minutes seminar on how to create compelling copy for business 24th September 8.30am-10am.

Sarah Ainslie of Sarah Ainslie Marketing is hosting the seminar, as part of the Chamber’s popular 60 Useful Minutes programme.

Wakefield businesswoman, Chamber member and partner behind the Buy Wakefield initiative Sarah Ainslie shares her expertise on creating compelling copy for business in the Chamber’s popular 60 Useful Minutes programme.

Sarah told us “Words sell your business. They are a major factor in defining your brand identity and they engage your customers and prospects, communicating why they should buy from you. In an era where content marketing is at the forefront of business strategy it's more important than ever to get your copy right.”

This seminar will look at the art of writing great business copy: how to structure it; how to find the right tone and style; how to include the right content; and how to adapt it for different marketing channels. Attendees will also look at the marketing theory behind the copy to ensure that your communications remain consistent with your business strategy.

The seminar will take place at the Chamber’s Westgate office and is open free to Chamber members and just £5.00 to non-members and includes a light breakfast and refreshments.
The last seminar that Sarah delivered for the Chamber was fully booked so interested parties are advised to book early if they'd like to attend.

Find out more about this event and book your place now.


You can also follow the Chamber on Twitter @MidYorksChamber and the event with #60UsefulMins


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