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Rachel Morgan-Trimmer will be answering questions about her successful web design company, SugarCat Publishing
Rachel Morgan-Trimmer will be answering questions about her successful web design company, SugarCat Publishing

Press Release - 02 July 2008

Networking event: why websites are an essential marketing tool

Local women are invited to an informative presentation on the importance of a good website as a budget way of promoting your company, by inspirational business woman, Rachel Morgan-Trimmer. The lunchtime networking event will be held in Carpenter House, Broad Quay, Bath on 16 July 2008 (12.30pm-2.30pm).

Rachel Morgan-Trimmer will be giving a presentation and answering questions about her successful web design company, SugarCat Publishing.

Rachel, who looks after content and copywriting for the business, explains: “Anyone who sets up a business these days will need a good website and it can be tricky on a limited budget to get it right.

“In the talk, I will be looking at common pitfalls and mistakes in setting up a website and explaining how new businesses can really benefit from the marketing edge a good website brings.”

SugarCat Publishing was set up by Rachel and her mother in 2005. Their first client’s website, The Career Break Site, was a huge success, attracting over half a million visitors and getting regular features in the national press.

This helped them to raise their profile and expand their business to a wider audience. Other companies started asking for help with their own websites, so SugarCat Publishing altered its client base and changed from publisher, to web development agency.

Today, the company has a growing portfolio of websites, continues to run The Career Break Site and is developing more travel and financial websites.

The event, which will include an open session for networking and introductions, runs from 12.30pm to 2.30pm in Carpenter House, Broad Quay, Bath and costs £6.50. Light refreshments will be available, women only. To register for this event, please call 01793 328775 or follow the link above.

This presentation is organised by the Mission Possible networking group and hosted by Sue Stockdale, ambassador for women’s enterprise and author of Secrets of successful women entrepreneurs. The networking group provides support for women who want inspiration and information on how to start up and run their business successfully.


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