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#MeetTheMakerWeek - Everything You Need To Know

Joanne Hawker #MeetTheMakerWeek Instagram Challenge prompts for 2017

It's back for another year! #MeetTheMakerWeek kicks off on Instagram on the 27th November and is where designers, makers, and small creative businesses will be telling the world who they are, what they do, why they do it and where you can find them. This is the official list of prompts for 2017, and they have been kept vague on purpose. This is to allow you to interpret them in anyway you wish.

Joanne Hawker #MeetTheMakerWeek Planner Image

However, if you'd like a little more guidance, there are helpful questions on the free downloadable planner sheet to help you plan your content and so that there's no panic posting! There's a little info about useful apps and a list of handy hashtags incase you get stuck. Wanna grab the planner? Simply click the image and it will take you to a page where you can download the planner for later or print right away. Easy peasey!

Join the maker community over on facebook!

If you'd like further help, why not join the #MarchMeetTheMaker Community group (it will be used for both challenges) on Facebook? It's a safe place to ask questions, make new friends and support each other. Each day, I'll be posting the daily prompt and a bit more information about what you could cover if you're still stuck. It's a place where we can help each other succeed. Because after all, whose better to answer questions on small business and making than small businesses and makers themselves? Sounds like something you'd like? Click the image to visit to visit the group!

The important bits recap:
- Prompts released 16th November
- Challenge begins on the 27th November and ends on the 2nd December
- Download the FREE planner
- Join the Facebook Community Group
- Join in, network, support each other and most of all, have fun!


1 comment

  • Yay thanks for this I’m excited Xx

    Laura Young

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