Brand Building Workshop Comes To Little Ghent Farm (Two dates: September 23rd & 24th)


We’ve been thinking for a while that the farm would be an inspiring setting for workshops. We want to explore themes that have a connection with our own experiences, including food and business building, and invite some well-qualified friends from all over the world to join us to lead the workshops. So we’re very excited to be hosting a mini-series of workshops in the fall focused on starting up businesses and building brands.

It is fitting that first up will be our longtime friend David Hieatt, co-founder of DO Lectures, hiut Denim and a number of other successful entrepreneurial ventures in the UK, many of which are regularly featured and awarded in the media. David and his wife Clare have been described as “some of the UK’s most interesting creative entrepreneurs.” Over the years, they have both been a great source of  inspiration and encouragement to us and David was one of the earliest visitors to farm while we were in renovation mode.

His workshop: “How To Build a Great Brand With Very Little Money” is in great demand in the UK and will be held at Little Ghent Farm on September 23rd and again on the 24th for an intimate group and will include a delicious farm lunch prepared by Mimi. The workshop is perfect for anyone thinking of starting (or who have recently started) a business, as well as more experienced entrepreneurs looking for new ideas and perspectives.

There are plenty more details including how to book a spot here.

What Will You Learn?

How to tell your story.
How to give your brand a voice.
How to get people to love your brand.
The importance of 1000 true fans.
The real advantages of being small.
Is your idea going to change anything.
How to put a moat around your idea.
How to identify a niche before others.
The importance of being first.
How to fund it without losing control.
How to build a great team without employing anyone.


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