Actions and Detail Panel
Getting to Grips with Social Media for Early Years Businesses
Tue 4 April 2017, 16:00 – 18:30 BST
Running a business can be exciting, scary, challenging, isolating or amazing. And sometimes all of these!
Have you ever asked yourself these questions?
- How do I grow my business?
- How do I keep my business going?
- How do I make sure I am doing it right?
What can the Secret Business Club do for me?
- A unique forum addressing business challenges for nursery and pre-school businesses run by people who understand Early Years
- Relevant and interesting business issues and Talking Points, with specialist speakers at every meeting
- Opportunity to meet with speakers on one-to-one basis after meeting for free 20-minute consultation (booking essential)
- Price includes food and drink
This month's Talking Point...
Guest speaker: Sam Marshall-Hardy, Digital Media Specialist
The use of sites such as Facebook in the early years world is fraught with dilemmas:
- Are we putting ourselves and the children we look after at risk?
- How do I manage the process with limited digital knowledge and resources?
- What would this do, that our website and newsletters don't?
Understanding how social media and digital marketing works for Early Years
What we will be addressing:
- which social media platforms will work best for your business
- why effective digital marketing is key to survival
- the do’s and don't’s of the digital world
- managing content and your time effectively, and staying safe on-line
Guest speaker profile
Sam Marshall-Hardy has been working within the world of Social Media Marketing for over five years. Her previous experience has included working for one of London’s largest design companies, designjunction, managing their social media accounts, and more recently as PR Manager at a well renowned Danish design brand. She now works as a freelancer specialising in marketing, social media and graphic design, and works with individuals, small companies and start-ups to help them get the most out of their marketing budget.