Dirty Stop Outs singled out for its growth potential
A Sheffield e-commerce business has become the only company in Yorkshire to be accepted onto Facebook’s Leaders Network programme
Dirty Stop Outs have become one of just 150 other companies across the country that have been singled out for their growth prospects.
The programme is designed to nurture companies that use Facebook as an integral part of their business.
Dirty Stop Outs switched its focus to e-commerce as the pandemic took hold earlier this year and launched its first range of merchandise in the summer.
It now offers a range of over 160 products and is set to launch new books in Liverpool and Manchester in the first half of 2021.
The company has just launched a 10th anniversary copy of its first book.
The ‘Dirty Stop Out’s Guide to 1970s Sheffield’ became famous nationally as the title that persuaded Chris and Ann Jackson to get re-married after 26 years apart.
Dirty Stop Outs’ Neil Anderson said: “Being accepted onto the Facebook Leaders Network programme has been a real boost in a very challenging year. The platform has always been an amazing tool for us. We’ve traditionally done much of the research for our books on Facebook and created communities celebrating different eras in nightlife. It has made the transition to e-commerce and the launch of the new-look www.dirtystopouts.com site very easy.”
You can find Dirty Stop Outs on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dirtystopouts