Mini Marketer Competition Winners!

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In April we ran a Mini Marketer Competition to see who could come up with the best answer to our brief.

Our Director’s daughter has decided to launch a sweet shop from home, but she needs your help to get the word out. We’re looking for mini marketers just like you to design a poster advertising the shop, and complete the questions listed below. You can either send us a picture of your poster along with this form, or if you like, send us a video describing your poster.

The prize for the winner was a £20 Amazon voucher, a certificate of entry and a chance to have their idea shared on the blog.

We had some fabulous well thought out entries and we’re very pleased to tell you that the winner is Addison Sutcliffe. Her winning entry is at the top of the screen.

Here’s the moment we handed over her certificate, with a little hand from mum 🙂

The entries were so brilliant that we also decided to award £5 Amazon vouchers to the runners up too. Here are all their entries. Well done everyone.

Adeen Naseer

Mini Marketer Comp Adeen Naseer

Freya and Molly Twiddle

Skyler Sutcliffe

Hannah McAlinden

Mini Marketer Comp Hannah McAlinden

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