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From one to many - To niche or not?
Specialist or generalist, what's the best approach to building your client base? Should you be niching? And if so, how do you develop a niche? Can you have more than one? All the these questions and more will be answered at the second in a series of panel events - From one to many - To niche or not? Delighted to announce two of our fantastic panellists: James Cotton MD and Founder of Onespacemedia www.onespacemedia.com James has more than 20 years of experience working in senior technical and creative roles - including running a successful design agency for four years before founding Onespacemedia. Hayley Williams MD and Founder of Keystone Marketing Limited www.keystone-marketing.co.uk An experienced marketing and project management professional, running a well established and growing marketing consultancy in St Neots, Cambridgeshire. The Keystone team works with a multitude of clients in varying sectors, both B2B and B2C, offering retained marketing activity or the management of one off marketing projects. • Timings 6.30 - 6.45pm Head straight to the Auditorium, 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 #MobHappyMeetup • What to bring Yourself, a smile and some cash for donations. These events will always be free to attend, but we’d be grateful of any donations to the Rubber Cheese #15yearsofRubberCheese charity pot in aid of raising £15k for The Tamba Bereavement Support Group. www.justgiving.com/fundraising/15yearsofrubbercheese

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What we're about

The Mob Happy Meetup is a place for all creatives, freelancers and agency folk that are aspiring to scale and grow their business.

Each event we'll hold a panel discussion with exciting speakers from local agencies, all who've taken that leap and grown from from one to many.

Each panel will have a different focus:

• Hiring your first employee

• To niche or not

• Winning bigger business

• Growing your team

Mob Happy (https://mob-happy.com/) is a peer to peer network for agency owners. The aim of the network is to increase the percentage of women agency owners, by supporting existing founders on their journey, and inspiring up and coming leaders.

When my agency Rubber Cheese (http://www.rubbercheese.com/) first began, Paul and I effectively worked as freelancers under the RC brand for a good few years before we decided to build an agency. At the point we knew we wanted to grow, we didn’t really know how or where to find help. We didn’t know how to hire our first team member or if it was even the right time. Back then we didn’t have the great communities that exist now such as Freelance Heroes (https://www.facebook.com/groups/freelanceheroes/), Cam Creatives or Agency Collective (https://theagencycollective.co.uk/).

When I founded Mob Happy, it was always my aim to support existing women agency founders, but also to help up and coming leaders. This meet up is for anyone that wants to learn from agency owners who've made the leap from freelancing.

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