- Date 28 Oct 2019
- Time 17:30 - 21:00
- Address The Bradfield Centre Milton Road CB4 0GF
The fifth in a series of panel events:
The fifth in a series of panel events - From one to many - how to strategically not grow your agency.
Kelly Molson of Rubber Cheese leads this panel discussion on how to strategically not grow your agency.
Our fabulous panellists:
Nick set up Mono Industries, a small design practice, in 1994 following a few years working in the music industry. Concentrating mainly on graphic design, branding, film and web projects, he works across the arts, tech, professional services and third sectors.
In 2014, Nick started running design, digital and creative projects for a small human rights organisation based in London, working mainly in Palestine (the West Bank and Gaza Strip). Nick is co-founder of the Early Night Club in Cambridge.
John Ashton is the founder of content and copywriting agency Write Arm. He is the author of The KitchenTable Method, which aims to inspire solo creatives to follow his lead and set up their own creative agencies utilising remote-working freelance talent. He has recently created the KitchenTable Community, which is a marketplace and membership organisation for agencies that run on that model.
Nicolle is the founder of the Cambridge Marketing Consultancy.
She works with business owners and company directors to help plan and implement the marketing activities required to grow your business.
Taking a fully consultative approach for all clients - getting to know you, your business and your goals.
Nicolle has built her consultancy on the associate model.
6.30 - 6.45pm Sign in, grab a drink & nibbles
6.45 - 7pm Brief intro from me
7pm - 8pm Panel discussion goodness
8pm - 8.30pm Networking, discuss the great stuff you've just heard
8.30pm Head home
Generously hosted by The Bradfield Centre, Cambridge's hub for tech and deep tech companies operated by Central Working. Our mission is to grow scaleups and provide them with the connections and support they need to thrive. The way we do this is by building a sense of community through human interactions and high-quality events which engage our members and allow for networking.