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Get a Social Media Health Check and Black Country FSB 6 Dec 2016
Tue 6 December 2016, 18:30 – 20:30 GMT
Black Country Branch Event: Get a social media health Check for your business! How to connect and grow in today’s digital economy
Guest Speaker: David Taylor, FSB Corporate Communications Co-Ordinator.
David has over 20 years’ experience of the UK media scene, garnered from a career in journalism, in-house media relations, public relations, marketing communications and social media consultancy. He is the co-author of two social media books and has trained well over 2,500 business owners and companies in the UK and abroad in online marketing, social media and networking. He now works with the FSB to deliver the organisation’s communications strategy.
- Get a social media health Check for your business!
- How to connect and grow in today’s digital economy
Social media not only affects obvious areas such as sales, marketing and IT but it also has large implications for PR, recruitment, supply chain management, customer relations and even product development.
So it is vital that business owners understand the implications of operating in an increasingly digital world.
Author, trainer and digital management consultant David Taylor will be talking you through his six-step programme designed to help you navigate this new digital landscape and achieve three key business goals:
- Increasing your monthly sales figures
- Reducing spending
- Ensuring your company is still profitable in five, ten or 15 years time
This is a free to attend event which is open to FSB members and non-members.
Registration – 6.30 p.m., followed by light buffet and networking
7.00 p.m. Social Media Presentation
For further information contact Jenny Cartwright, Regional Secretary, 01543 481918 or by email
You might previously have seen that this event was advertised as being linked to the FSB Black Country AGM. The branch AGM will now not be going ahead on this date. However, the Social Media Health Check for your Business Event will still run.