A Penryn-based social media agency has joined forces with a business and skills development programme aimed at supporting creative industries businesses in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
Oh So Social has developed a new working partnership with Cultivator, a project supporting creative businesses to grow, with expert advisers, funding opportunities, workshops and events. Cultivator is funded by the European Structural and Investment Funds, Arts Council England and Cornwall Council.
Following an open tendering process, Oh So Social was selected based on the team’s previous strong results on other projects and a range of proposals tailored to Cultivator’s social media needs. Oh So Social will now be managing Cultivator’s social media accounts, helping it to communicate with its creative community effectively and remain engaged with businesses throughout the difficult economic times ahead.
Oh So Social founder Katherine George said: “As a team of creative social media experts, we’re really excited to be working with Cultivator and acting to support the creative sector in an entirely new way. This support is even more crucial within the current business landscape following the two Covid-19 lockdowns, and we’re proud to be able to use our social media expertise to help small businesses in any way we can.”
Oh So Social has worked on a number of well-known projects including providing full social media management and strategy for The Man Engine’s 2016 tour, social media support and advertising for TEDxTruro, plus social media strategy and campaigns for brands including Furniss Biscuits.