Digital open day: Kevin Bridges tickets to be won!
As a business in the ‘BID’ area you are invited to our digital open day on Thursday 25th August 10am – 4pm. A digital presence is vital for businesses; however we know that many people are unsure where to start or what is best for their business. As a result, we’ve got together with two key players in the digital world in our area who are offering advice alongside unique one-off offers.
Simon Byers from Reach Solutions, owners of The Daily Record, The Daily Mirror and Hamilton Advertiser will be on hand to cover off questions about how best to market your business! On the day Reach will have specific offers available to BID members for one day and one day only! Also, in attendance will be Made In Scotland digital agency who specialise in website design and digital marketing. They will also be on hand to support you with any questions relating to websites and marketing. Special BID area business discounts will be available on the day from Made In Scotland.
Hamilton Our Town will also be in attendance with any questions on our brand-new business plan launching on the 25th August.
Whilst visiting, why not enter our draw (exclusive for attendees only) to win 4 VIP tickets to see Kevin Bridges on the 15th September in Glasgow! (Thanks to Reach solutions).
If you are interested dropping in please email email@example.com. Location TBC (Hamilton town centre).
Saturday sees the 1st in our event schedule for summer in an effort to increase footfall and marketing opportunities for the area. On the 6th August we have our fun fashion theme which will include a small fashion show by businesses in the area. We have plenty of space left for this so if you want to get involved, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
We continue to report regular fly tipping issue to SLC. If you see a waste issue and want to report it, the 1st step is to use the SLC website Fly-tipping – South Lanarkshire Council. We have had confirmation from Wetherspoons that they will give the front area of the former Baird’s building a clear up following our reporting of a deterioration in the state of the area. As you may have noticed M&S have removed the Graffiti on Duke street following our request.