Cirrus will be at Wolverhampton’s Wulfrun Centre

Cirrus, this year’s Young Enterprise company at King Edward VI College in Stourbridge, will be testing out their latest products and sales and marketing skills in Wolverhampton on Saturday 9 March.  The Black Country Young Enterprise trade fair will see Cirrus competing with schools and colleges around the region, for both sales and event prizes.

The company have two sets of products on offer.

They have a created a compilation cd of unsigned Black Country musicians entitled “Hidden Quality”.  It is an appropriate name because the standard of both the musicianship and the recording is of a very high quality.  There is a wide range of musical styles with Arrowsmith’s attention drawn to the track by Exide, which is cracking classic rock song.

The group have also been busy designing and now making a range of stylish hair grips decorated with flower motifs.  One of the team has shown an artistic flair for home made crafts and has lead the group in establishing a mini production line to make sure enough stock is available for Saturday.

Cirrus will also be plying their wares in Stratford at the national Young Enterprise trade fair on Saturday 16 March.

If you are in Wolverhampton or Stratford then check out the trade fairs and you will be delighted by the capability, innovation and dedication of the young people involved. Naturally it would be great if you could make some purchases from Cirrus while you are there too!

Gareth Edwards
Arrowsmith Marketing – Digital Marketing for Wolverhampton SMEs