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You Are The Media prepares for its 2024 Creator Day in Poole

By Sam Pither [email protected]

Published: November 23, 2023 | Updated: 23rd November 2023

Speakers from across the UK will head to Poole next year for You Are The Media’s annual Creator Day.

The event, which aims to help small business owners with their content creation, will be held in the town’s Lighthouse on the 25th April 2024.

This year’s theme will be ‘Building Space’ with a focus on people and businesses who are in the process of building their existing social media audience in their space.

Presenters include Dodge Woodall (Eventful Lives Podcast), Fab Giovanetti (Alt Marketing School), Rosie Sherry (Rosieland), Dave Harland and Ben McKinney (Copy Or Die), Shelley Rosalind (Harbour 32) and Rebecca Leppard (Upgrading Women).

Those interested should probably book soon, as in the two weeks since it launched more than 100 attendees have booked.

Organiser and YATM founder, Mark Masters, said: “We’ve evolved from the conventional sit-and-listen format. We’ve recognised that real learning happens when people come together, and that’s what Creator Day is all about.

“When people come to an event, it means they are in the same place with others who have the same shared mindset.

“During the afternoon session, we unite everyone to collaboratively create their own piece of work, be it a compelling LinkedIn post, an insightful blog article, or an engaging video.

“It’s about turning those ideas you’ve been toying with into reality, as part of a supportive team. We don’t publish on the day, the teams agree a date amongst themselves.”

The event has garnered support from valuable partners, including Foundry, TeamJobs, The Clique, and Bournemouth & Poole College.

To book your place for You Are The Media Creator Day, in April, visit creatorday.uk.

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