Design & Concur for your Small Business Saturday Event!

Small Business Saturday is fast approaching and will take place on November 30th this year. Thrive Creative Group is helping you plan your most memorable Small Business Saturday Event with a series of posts. Last week we discussed how to get organized about one month out (October 30th) and that you should start to gather a email distribution list of customers to invite. We also went over what kinds of lists to create to stay on top of planning!

Now that your on your way to being organized for your Small Business Saturday Event, its time to start thinking and creating a design for your event that also incorporates your brand. You will want to use this design on your website, social media accounts, invites, and anyway else you want to advertise your Small Business Saturday Event.

3 weeks out (November 6th ish)

Create a concept or theme for the event that will help generate a buzz

This gets everyone who plans to attend the event involved in the party and they can share in the excitement while driving more awareness to your company. Remember that community is the backbone of small businesses, so make you to emphasis that this event is to honor all of the support your customers have shown you through out the year.

Using your email distribution list, create an online invitation to send to your guests.

Once you get the design rolling and you send out your invite and post your event everywhere and anywhere you can, its time to start planning the actually event! Check back next week for our 3rd and last post in our “How to Make your Small Business Saturday Event Memorable” as we go over planning the event, creating a promotion, and how to keep the buzz going!

Does your business need help Designing or coming up with a Theme for your SBS event!?

Let Thrive Creative Group assist you!

Email hi@thinkthrive.com for more information

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