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Craft NI Commercial Masterclass: Storytelling and Social Media

Craft NI

Wednesday, 28 August 2013 from 13:00 to 16:00 (BST)

Belfast, United Kingdom

Craft NI Commercial Masterclass: Storytelling and...

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As part of the August Craft Month 2013 programme, Craft NI are hosting a series of key talks given by industry experts exploring the approach to retail markets, product pricing, and the use of e-commerce / social media to successfully develop craft businesses.

Storytelling and Social Media

Venue: Conor Lecture Theatre, Belfast School of Art, University of Ulster

Date & Time: 28 August, 1pm - 4pm

Entry: FREE but booking is essential.

In this half day seminar, Christopher Murphy explores how craftspeople can embrace social media - tools like Facebook and Twitter - to increase audience engagement and, as a result, increase sales. Introducing social strategies used by a range of craft professionals, Christopher shows the benefit social media can offer the crft sector through adding value, buildling networks and ultimately driving sales. Free entry, places are limited, booking is essential.

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Further information from Craft NI T: 028 9032 3059 / E: info@craftni.org / www.craftni.org

More information about this Masterclass here. More about August Craft Month here.

Do you have questions about Craft NI Commercial Masterclass: Storytelling and Social Media? Contact Craft NI

When & Where


University of Ulster - Conor Lecture Theatre
York Street
BT15 1ED Belfast
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 28 August 2013 from 13:00 to 16:00 (BST)


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