Sheffield’s SME business leaders and entrepreneurs are invited to take part in a new event to network, get inspiration and expand on marketing knowledge.
E2E is teaming up with IWG, Regus & Spaces to host a #scaleup2success evening aimed at bringing like-minded entrepreneurs together to network and hear from motivational speakers.
The event, which will take place on Tuesday February 12, will connect participants with an entrepreneurial community of founders, CEOs, SMEs and business chiefs from Sheffield and the surrounding areas.
Sessions will take place on digital marketing and HR as well as health and safety to help entrepreneurs learn how to scale and grow their business.
The first breakaway session will be ‘Scale Up - Business Essentials' with Simon Monk from Ellis Whittam.
Simon will be providing entrepreneurs with practical advice and taking questions on employment law, HR and health and safety.
The second will be 'Top 10 steps to get your digital marketing streamlined' with Aji Issac Mathew from TechShu.
Aji has helped more than 500 small and large enterprises to leverage the power of digital and will be sharing his tips.
A panel chaired by The Star’s business editor David Walsh will bring an audience together to hear from Aaron Chatterley, Martin Perry and Aji Isaac Mathew.
Aaron founded Europe’s largest online beauty retailer feelunique in 2005 which now turns over more than £100m per annum and sells more than 500 top beauty brands to over 100 countries.
He was among some of the first to become involved at the outset of the internet boom and set up award winning web development company SP New Media.
Aji Issac Mathew is co-founder and CEO of Indus Net TechShu digital team of more than 750 people.
It is one of the largest teams in digital marketing space and a Google Premier Partner. Customers include HP, Uber and Tesco.
Talks from Richard Morris, CEO of IWG UK and Shalini Khemka, founder, chief executive officer and board director of E2Exchange will also take place.
A speech from motivational speaker and future table tennis paralympian Martin Perry will be a highlight of the night.
Martin, 24 was born with one limb. He has no hands and almost half of his left leg was missing at birth.
He is now living and training in Sheffield and is on track to represent Paraylmpics GB at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Tickets are £10 and all proceeds will be donated to Martin Perry's Paralympic fund for Tokyo, 2020.
Drinks and canapes will be served throughout the night and there will be the opportunity to become an E2E member.