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England Originals is offering two complimentary places to the training workshops for each business contributing to the marketing of the project. This includes any hotels, attractions and hospitality that paid in to the campaign.
Please submit the following details to email@example.com in the week prior to your city’s event to ensure that their names will be on the door when they arrive.
The Tazotix Check-in App makes it easy to manage entry at your event.
You can download the Tazotix Check-in App via the App Store or Google play, just search for “Tazotix”.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org in advance of your event to arrange a login and password.
In case anyone turns up who is not on the attendee list and has not already paid in advance, you will need to get them to sign a form for them to be invoiced later. Download the form here and have it ready on the desk.
The marketing toolkit provides ideas and suggestions for promoting the England Originals training events in your city. It contains recommended copy, information on ticketing, booking links, guidance on how to promote your event online and a useful timeline. This should be used in conjunction with the England Originals Brand Identity Toolkit, which you can also find below.
We have also added a NEW Marketing Timeline with helpful tips and suggestions.
We recommend using your corporate Twitter accounts to promote welcome training workshops in your area. To help, we’ve designed some neat artwork to go along with your tweets to make them stand out on your followers feeds.
Videos for each city have been produced to help you promote your event. Click on the link below to either download your video or copy a code to embed it on to your website.
The Brand Identity Toolkit includes some basic rules and guidance on the implementation of the England Originals brand identity and its core assets. These include logos, colours, photography, typography, graphics and illustrations.
The guide also provides some examples of how the brand toolkit can be brought to life, both in digital and in print.