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Marketing for Muggles

Let local marketing wizards Alan Stone of Old Mill and Paul Stephenson of Cognique take you on a magical journey through the mystical world of marketing. Watch in amusement as they seek to explain the magic of marketing through an inexplicable and inexcusable Harry Potter theme. Dress code: Cloaks and wands

Date and time: Tuesday 8th July, 5.30pm for 6pm start.
Duration: approximately 1 hour.
Venue: Bishopbrook House, 4 Cathedral Avenue, Wells BA5 1FD.

This event is part of Work in Wells Week. To reserve a seat at this event please visit the Mendip Hub website.

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