Episode 62: Mark Mobbs on a new campaign to support Sheffield businesses and communities How to make the most of Marketing Sheffield's new Make Yourself at Home initiative. Iain BroomePodcast24th July 2020 Download the mp3 file Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe to the RSS feed In episode 62, we speak to Mark Mobbs from Marketing Sheffield about the new Make Yourself at Home campaign. It aims to support local businesses and communities by offering a framework that helps us all shout about the city as it moves forward from Covid-19. Marketing Sheffield is part of Sheffield City Council and it was great to hear Mark talk about this new campaign. The idea is to give people a toolkit that they can use when organising projects and events, which will also help the city speak with a more unified voice. (Mark explains it much better.) As you might expect, we also asked Mark about his background and had a good chat about how Sheffield could talk itself up better. There’s plenty to shout about! Go and grab yourself a pair of headphones. Don’t forget, you can always join the Sheffield Digital Slack community or email email@example.com to get in touch. Subscribe to the show If you’d like to have new episodes of the show appear right in your podcast player, you can subscribe via our page on Apple Podcasts or search for us in your podcast app of choice! Notes and links Every episode comes with a list of links to all of the various people, companies and topics that we reference. Mark Mobbs | LinkedIn Welcome to Sheffield | Make Yourself at Home Welcome to Sheffield | Make Yourself at Home Toolkit Join our Slack community – Sheffield Digital Meet our members | Sheffield Digital Become a member of Sheffield Digital Did I miss something you’re looking for? Just get in touch and let me know. Join the conversation We’re really keen to get your feedback on the podcast. You can share your thoughts with us on Twitter or on the channel in the Sheffield Digital Slack community. Thank you for the music Thanks to Alex Mclean – aka Yaxu – for the show’s intro music, licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0.