Networking and Presentation event, followed by a short practical workshop covering planning, strategy, style and when and how to use blogging as a communication tool
- Learn what a blog is and what it isn’t
- Business reasons to blog
- Why your customers expect you to blog
- Blogging tools
- Where to begin on your blogging journey
- The secrets of great blogging
- Successful content sharing
Donations to our nominated charity, Warrington Disability Partnership, will be much appreciated. These can be pledged at the point of registration simply by clicking to add this ticket type so we can contact you with more info or you can donate in person at the event.
Pre-booking includes your refreshments. Payment on the door accepted subject to space.
Due to high demand, please note that any cancellations made in the last 48 hours will be subject to a £10 admin fee
About Colony events:
Colony networking sessions are informal group networking events that may involve 60 second introductions, small activities, presentations from key note speakers and group discussions.
They run on a pre-bookable and drop-in basis and are competively-priced. Attendees can turn-up as and when they can but early arrival allows you to benefit from additional networking time, introductions and activities
Registration and informal networking takes place for the first 15-30 minutess, followed by a set format or theme at each event to facilitate introductions. Meetings usually end with open networking and the chance to stay on for 1-on-1 meetings and benefit from venue dining special offers.
Colony remains a PAYG, non-membership based group and events provide a friendly and informal environment in which to meet fellow business owners. Colony is open to male and female-led businesses of all sizes based or trading in and around the South Warrington area and there is no limitation on the number of companies per sector/business type.
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The Colony Networking Group
From 2010 to 2015, has been providing pay-as-you-go networking events that are informal, friendly and supportive to growth for businesses operating in the Liverpool-Manchester corridor.
The objective of is to enable businesses and communities to access information and expertise from local services providers. By keeping business local and looking out for fellow business owners and community members, we can all contribute towards a thriving local business community and achieve