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As a highly motivated digital marketer and event manager, I have a proven track record of producing powerful content and extraordinary experiences. Having been trusted with building projects from the ground up I have been able to build skill set that is just as much creative as it is understanding of how a business operates successfully.
I currently run a successful promotions company which includes the festival 'The Somerley Tea Party' and leading south coast club night 'Get Satisfied' amongst it's roster. Both the above are regarded as leaders in the underground music circuit on the UK's South Coast and have helped reinvigorate what was a very stale scene which lacked ideas and excitement. Having been involved in all aspects of building and managing both brands over the last 3-4 years whether that would be programming the artists, creating marketing plans or handling accounts I have learned a lot at rapid pace. I’m proud to say The Somerley Tea Party has doubled in size in its two years of trading with 2.5k attendees in 2014 topped by 5k in 2015 and has been met with rave reviews from both the public and media. Get Satisfied has continued to set standards in the local area for music events throughout its 3 years and is held in high esteem across the industry, the level of artists to perform is a reflection on the quality of our output.
In this role I was able to take a fledgling nightclub and develop it into one of the towns leading venues by refreshing tired promotion techniques that already existed on my arrival with my own forward thinking approach. Notable achievements include introducing a successful midweek student night and a monthly Friday both based around non-commercial music while also improving overall weekly business on what was a significantly smaller budget compared with similar venues in the area. The venue went on to be sold at great profit to one of the UK's leading bar chains.