The Business Network will hold their next Business Breakfast on Thursday 26 May 2016 at 7.30am. The venue is the upstairs Conference Room, Banbridge Enterprise Centre, Scarva Road Industrial Estate, Banbridge.
Guest speaker – Andy Hill, Dookoo Digital
Andy HIll is the owner of Dokoo Digital a social media consultancy helping business increase their sales utilising social media. As a keynote speaker Andy has presented to thousands of business owners and his personable training style makes learning easy.
Andy will be speaking about how businesses can effectively make use of Facebook Advertising especially for those who are novices in social media sales. Depending on the time available he will talk about some of the following areas:
How to leverage Facebook ads from as little as £1 per day
- How to run successful competitions on Facebook
- How to target your perfect customer via Facebook
- The type of content that gets the best results
- The hidden secrets that the most engaged Facebook pages use
- How to use Facebook to recruit for your business
- How you should deal with complaints
- How to use Facebook reviews to increase your brand visibility
Dokoo Digital are market leaders in Facebook advertising and have clients across the globe. Their client base includes companies such as Argento, Tourism Ireland, Liverpool Football Club and a variety of small & medium businesses across North Down.
Member Speaker – Alan Forbes, HygieneZone
HygieneZone provides Pest Control Services and Food Safety Training, Auditing and guidance. They support a range of clients that include the National Trust, BT and the Isaac Agnew Group in addition to smaller food businesses.
Visitors are always welcome (there is an attendance fee of £5 for visitors and £3.50 for members, payable at the event and this includes a light breakfast).
Please confirm your attendance by registering for this event here. Further information can be obtained by ringing 028 4066 2260.
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The Business Network
The Business Network
The Business Network is a network which has been jointly founded by local business owners.
It exists to support local business owners in Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon council and surrounding areas by providing a networking, discussion and education forum, generating referrals and business leads, providing mutual support, sharing new ideas and business opportunities.
Every local business has the opportunity to participate in the Network. The network's strength is its informality and openness.
The members of The Business Network always look for opportunities to refer or promote other members businesses wherever possible.