Hornbeam Win Rural Business Award For Creativity

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Specialist marketing and communications agency, Hornbeam, has won ‘Best Rural Creative or Media-Based Business’ in this year’s Rural Business Awards, East region. Hornbeam is attending Farm Business Innovation Show in November for the second year running.

Rebecca Dawson, managing director of Hornbeam says: “As a start-up marketing and communication agency in our second year, we are thrilled to have won this award against such tough competition. We could not have won it without our fantastic clients and we are delighted that the creative work that we have delivered has been recognised by the wider industry.”

Rebecca will be giving a short talk at Farm Business Innovation on Thursday 8th at 14.45pm in Theatre 5. The topic, ‘Top tips for promoting your business without breaking the bank’, should be of particular interest to those launching a new venture or trying to grow an existing business with limited marketing funds.

“In these competitive times it is important for businesses to make best use of their marketing budgets. By offering strategic advice and a full suite of marketing services – advertising, design, public relations, video, digital marketing, websites and social media – our clients trust us to deliver the right solution for their needs. This, combined with our understanding of farming, rural and outdoor sectors, means that we’re very effective at helping our clients reach their target customers,” says Ms Dawson.

“We encourage any interested visitors or exhibitors to visit us on stand (3496) or contact us in advance of the event so that we can arrange a time to meet.”

Hornbeam is part of the Ferrier Pearce Creative Group, an independent group of creative communication agencies with over 25 years of experience and offices in London, Cambridgeshire and Poland. 

For further information visit: https://hornbeamcomms.co.uk/

Pictured Hornbeam team L-R:  Gill Shaffer, Rebecca Dawson, Geoff Dodgson and Emily Hutson.