Calling all Plymouth-based start-up stars: local marketing agency owner launches exclusive competition to win £5,000+ worth of office space and marketing support!
Managing Director Nick Burrage of local marketing consultancy, LOGO COMMERCIAL CREATIVE PARTNERS, has come up with a great way of supporting local start-ups – in the form of a competition to win office space for three months and a marketing package worth in excess of £5,000.
Nick is extremely keen to give back to the local entrepreneurial community, whether the business be a graduate start-up or an SME that has been running for up to two years.
This exclusive ‘Search for a Start-up Star’ competition, worth over £5,000, comprises the following package:
- FREE office space for three months
- FREE use of an office landline for three months
- FREE internet use for three months
- A new logo package designed by the LOGO CCP creative team
- A bespoke company website created by LOGO CCP
- LOGO CCP Growth Accelerator online support package
- PR support
- Mentoring from Nick Burrage, Managing Director of LOGO CCP.
“Plymouth University Business School is passionate about supporting student’s entrepreneurial development through Futures Entrepreneurship Centre, the Business Enterprise and Entrepreneurship two year fast track degree and the extracurricular student business start-up support programme BETA Enterprise.
"We are delighted to announce a partnership with regional marketing company, LOGO Commercial Creative Partners on an exciting and highly useful competition for local entrepreneurs to win three months' free office space and a bespoke marketing package with LOGO Commercial Creative Partners worth £5,000. It is a natural fit for Plymouth University’s Business School to work in partnership with local entrepreneurs to support local economic development and student development.”
Dr Hilary Duckett, Director of Plymouth University Business School
Judges include Nick Burrage, Managing Director of LOGO CCP; Dr Hilary Duckett, Director of Plymouth University Business School; Lesley-Ann Simpson, Charity Director of The Chestnut Appeal for Prostate Cancer; and William Telford, Business Editor of the Plymouth Herald.