B2B Newsletter: 16th March 2021

Join our AGM …
Hamilton BID will be holding our annual general meeting in 20.04.21 at 4pm to 17:30pm on the Zoom platform.

Please click the link to access Eventbrite ticketing and register https://www.eventbrite.com/e/144995554607

Video Marketing Campaign
Following the huge success of our video campaign at Christmas the BID will be producing a professionally shot video promo video focused on the BID area reopening.

We will be reaching out to the public to come back to Hamilton and Shop local within the video. If you would like your business to feature, please get in touch via this link.

The BID can also create bespoke video content for your business for showcasing on our social media channelsPlease let me know if you would like a video produced on your individual business.

As a reminder we can also create a showcase piece on your business – please click here to read a recent profile on Taylors Fish. If interested please complete the questionnaire.We will then create a profile feature, proof for your approval and, once received, will then schedule to share across our channels.
Free advertising …
The BID are at final staged of discussion to secure access to the A1 size advertising boards within the Duke Street Car Park.

As a result we hope to offer our levy payers the opportunity to advertise their business on at least one of these boards for a full month at a time for free. Please get in touch here if you are interested. (Initiative will run from end of April 21 to end of July 21 and will be reviewed at this date).

… and there’s more!

The BID are offering levy payers the chance to place an advert within the April edition of the Hamilton People Magazine delivered to 5,000 homes in Hamilton at the end of the April. (Hamilton Advertiser average circulation 4059 (Source ABC 2021).

The BID will be taking the front page and editorial promoting the town centre BID area. You’re advert will feature within the publication and will be free of charge. This scheme is open ‘1st come 1st served’. Please get in touch here if you want to be featured by the 29th March.

Free PPE …

Following on from our successful initiative at Christmas we are delighted once again to be able to provide a pack of PPE for our small business levy payers worth in the region of £100.

The pack contains anti-bacterial hand gel, masks, gloves and face screens. Please get in touch here if you would like a pack which will be supplied on a 1st come 1st served basis.

Supporting you …

In addition, we keep our blog updated with the latest support news. The info shared is from South Lanarkshire Council as well as the Scottish & UK Governments – covering all manner of areas of business help. Just click on the block below for more …

We’re here to help, support and offer advice. You can contact me at any time to raise any issues affecting your business via this link – or feel free to call me on my mobile: 07854533788.
 Many thanks for reading …

Malcolm Thomas-Harley, your BID manager.
Keep up to date with all we are delivering across multi-channels in support of businesses, our town and the wider community. Each QR code is a link to the relevant channel.

B2B Newsletter: 16th March 2021

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