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Networking event at Fakenham Racecourse will offer track views

Leanne Castle of Menta. Picture: i101 Digital Ltd.

Leanne Castle of Menta. Picture: i101 Digital Ltd.

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Businesses can learn how to save money and avoid costly marketing and advertising mistakes at a networking event.

This month’s GENIX Coffee Means Business event on Tuesday, June 19 will help firms put together a marketing plan.

Rob Davies, of One on One Communications, will share his top 10 tips on what should be included when writing a marketing brief.

It will be held at the Prince of Wales Stand at Fakenham Racecourse and guests will have a fantastic view of the track while enjoying tea, coffee and networking.

Leanne Castle, of MENTA, said: “We are pleased to welcome businesses from any sector, whether they’re home-based or a larger concern employing staff. “That’s one of the great things about these monthly events, you always meet a great cross-section and variety of businesses. It’s a great way of meeting new contacts.”

It runs from 9.30am to 11.30am, and costs £5.


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