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Small Business- Big Impact, Networking the Social Way
Thursday 16th August at 8:00 am - 10:00 am| Free
Finding new clients is hard, so is getting your message out there to the world, but should it really be that difficult? Are you using all the angles and opportunities available to you and your business? Do you:
- use your email effectively?
- have a website and maximise its potential?
- meet potential clients regularly face 2 face
- only use printed media?
- have a strong brand presence?
And of course, the big question …… are you using any form of social media? Many businesses who provide products or services to other businesses feel that social media has little value for them. How do you feel? Is your mind made up, do you feel a little behind the times or want to be more social media savvy, are you missing out on potential sales, are your competitors getting the connections you should have and deserve?
To find out what you could be missing out on, how to do something about it and maybe dispel a few fears and misconceptions at the same time then you really do need to attend this event, designed for businesses like yours, businesses that are forward thinking, want to grow and interested in exploring options.
So this will again be a networking event with a twist – where we ask you to think about how the written word can do the networking for you.
This will be very popular, free for you to attend and is on an invite only basis. Oh and you get free parking, breakfast on us and as much tea and coffee as you can drink.
We have guest speakers who will talk to you about Social Media and being online, we will share a fantastic opportunity to explore with ITV, how you can network online and offline and headline some amazing things that will be happening across the city during Business week in September.
Doors open at 07:30 for registration and breakfast
Speakers start at 08:15
Q&A and finished for 09:30
Open networking available until 10:00
This is an ERDF supported event, and run as part of the Black Country AIM Programme