Conferencing + Events Feature — 11 June 2017

A Derbyshire based digital agency, which is fast becoming one of the most successful in the country, is to offer its expertise to businesses for free at a special tea-and-tips event.

Fifteen, which is based in Ilkeston, will hold ‘Ask Digital’ – a drop-in event – at the Book Café in Derby on Monday July 3, between 10am and 12pm. Staff with different areas of digital expertise will give advice to small businesses on web presence and how their business can grow online.

Ollie Piddubriwnyj

Ollie Piddubriwnyj, managing director of the award-winning agency who this month took all of his staff to Ibiza as a thank you for their hard work, said: “As a leading digital agency our expertise comes at a price but we are offering our advice for free.

“We are looking to help new and small businesses that have an idea of what they are looking for but need help getting started. We realise that there are some businesses that may be afraid to approach an agency so we will be on hand to offer a free bit of advice. They can come and ask us anything.

“We are one of the top ten digital agencies in the UK and have lots of knowledge and want to share it. It can be anything from web user experience, pay-per-click, social media, Google rankings and general online presence. We will also have cheat-sheets to hand out with a collaboration of stuff that we think is important.”

There’s no need to book – business owners are simply welcome to turn up at the Bookcafé, on the cornmarket in Derby city centre, and meet the team. If the event is a success, Fifteen may start holding ‘Ask Digital’ events every month.

Fifteen is currently looking for new premises as it has outgrown its offices in Middleton Street in Ilkeston, and continues to grow in size.

Ollie said: “We will be taking on graduates when we move. We are looking for fresh, young energetic people.”

More information about ‘Ask Digital’ can be found at fifteen.co.uk/ask-digital

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