We have compiled some useful resources for your Community Business Weekend (#CBWkd20) event.
Regional Ambassador support: Don’t forget that you also have a regional Community Business Weekend Ambassador who will be able to provide event support and advice. Find out who your local Ambassador is and contact them here.
Press coverage: It would be great to attract some press attention to your event on Community Business Weekend, and we wanted to make that as easy as possible for you, so we’ve made some templates that you can use to write a letter to the editor of the local paper and a press release that could be sent to your local radio station or newspaper. See our blog on getting press coverage for ideas and templates.
Social media: We want to generate as much interest and excitement as possible for Community Business Weekend 2020 so that fantastic businesses just like yours can showcase the positive impact they are having on their communities. Don’t forget to tag Power to Change in all your posts, so that we can share your news to our audience. Make sure to use the hashtag #CBWknd20 and follow it on Twitter for all the latest Community Business Weekend news.
Webinar: Have a look at last year’s How to get the most out of Community Business Weekend webinar to help you promote your event via social media.
Leaflets and promotional items: You can use the graphics below for promotional purposes, whether this is on social media or creating a poster to put up to advertise your event! Don’t forget to include the Community Business Weekend logo on anything that you make too, and speak to your regional Ambassador for support with printing and hosting an event.