A new business event that aims to help companies survive and thrive in 2021 is going ahead on Thursday, January 21.
The virtual event, organised by Digital Ethos, has been set up to support businesses keen to step up their game this year.
Overall, 2020 was a challenging year for many businesses across the Midlands and whilst this year brought much uncertainty and change, it also provided an opportunity to accelerate and reflect on what makes businesses thrive, moving forwards in today’s digital landscape.
The Growth Festival will bring together experts from different companies from the Midlands and beyond that have diversified during the last year, to share their expert advice and discuss the strategies they implemented at short notice to stay afloat in our rapidly changing world.
A significant professional on the Leicester business scene, Jenny Cross, CEO of Cross Productions will deliver a talk on ‘how to write lead generation content’.
Jenny will join speakers including David Fox, LinkedIn Strategy Advisor, Lucija Marinov, Facebook Partner and Alam Hosseinbor, Head of Performance at ShopIQ.
Jenny said: “As we live in such a fast-paced world, algorithms, tools, and best practices are constantly evolving so no matter how experienced you are, there is always something you can learn.
"Events like this are so important to anyone looking to stay ahead of the curve. With so many experts sharing hints, tips and knowledge it’s certainly an event not to be missed."
There are five 'stages' showcasing a variety topics throughout the day to suit all audiences from CMOS, CEOs, and technical and creative directors. Each will focus on key areas of growth; imagination, reach, tech, finance and breakout.
Attendees are encouraged to bring their challenges and business ideas, and prepare to leave with information, clarity, or support from the network.
Tickets are worth £49 but the event is completely free to attend online and every registration will result in a tree planted by climate solutions platform Earthly.
Register and grab your free ticket to attend the virtual festival on January 21.