Businesses looking to grow their marketing reach have signed up to our exclusive Devon Business Club following a week of free events.
The Business Growth event was specifically designed to provide local entrepreneurs and business owners with new and innovative marketing ideas on how to engage and connect with more customers in 2023.
At events staged in Tavistock, Kingsbridge and Newton Abbot, business leaders from the local community were able to take advantage of special memberships offering them the chance to promote their brand in Tindle Newspapers’ multimedia platforms.
At each of the events there was a presentation from an international marketing consultant explaining how businesses can unlock their potential and win more new customers over the year ahead using Tindle Newspapers’ unique products which include The Mid-Devon Advertiser, Dawlish Gazette and Teignmouth Post.
Following on from the success of the first event held last year, each 45 minute session included a showcase of the growing Tindle multimedia Portfolio across the UK, as well as insights from guest speaker Nick Shaw, of event partner Evolve Media Sales.
Nick talked businesses through ‘How to Make Your Marketing Memorable’ in the evolving digital landscape, along with insights into buying behaviour in 2023.
The exclusive opportunity to join the Tindle Devon Business Club Membership meant businesses in attendance had the chance to save on their advertising campaigns this year.
Nick Shaw said: “We had a very positive week that was the culmination of three months of business engagement across Devon.
“It was clear to see that the local business community not only walked away with some fantastic ideas for their business, but welcomed the opportunity to advertise their business using the trusted Tindle Digital & Print platforms at the lowest possible investment.
“We cannot wait to be back in Devon next year for Business Club 2024.”
Scott Wood, Managing Director of Tindle Newspapers, said: “We were delighted at the response from our local business community and it was a pleasure meeting new and existing members of our Business Club.
“Our long established footprint in local communities across Devon gives our business leaders a chance to really connect with people and get their brand message across. The three memberships on offer were a really good deal offering significant discounts for members of our Business Club.”
Lianne Carr, Sales Manager, said: “The response to Business Club 2023 was better than we could have imagined and over 300 business attended this year’s event. We look forward to working closely with our new members and are already planning ahead for next year.”
Nick Knight, editor of the Mid-Devon Advertiser, Dawlish Gazette and Teignmouth Post said: “Our newspapers are among the longest established businesses in Devon and we feel privileged to be in a position to help our local business community prosper.”