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Twitter Tactics

Enterprise Steps

Thursday, 24 August 2017 from 10:00 to 13:00 (BST)

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Twitter Tactics 16 Tickets 1d 35m Free  

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Twitter is a real‐time information sharing network where users can share messages, news, images, opinions and links via short bursts of information. So how can it help you market your business?

Discover how, in 140 characters, you can use Twitter to grow your business.

Our Programme:

  • What is Twitter?
  • How to set up a Twitter profile that gets you noticed
  • The anatomy of a tweet
  • How to engage with other twitter users
  • What is a hashtag and how should you use them?
  • How to navigate Twitter
  • How to manage your follows/followers and how to use Lists
  • What is a Tweetchat and do you run one?
  • Twitter tools

Participants should bring their laptop to this session. Please note, if you use a Tablet device some of the layout and functionality may differ from that of a desktop device.


Who should attend?

Pre start-ups/start-ups and growth businesses in London.

We look forward to seeing you there!

This event is fully subsidised – for eligible clients only and places are limited, so book now to secure your space.




Do you have questions about Twitter Tactics? Contact Enterprise Steps

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London South Bank University-Enterprise Steps ERDF Project
The Clarence Centre for Enterprise and Innovation
6 St George’s Circus
SE1 6FE London
United Kingdom

Thursday, 24 August 2017 from 10:00 to 13:00 (BST)


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Enterprise Steps

Enterprise Steps provides a tailored programme of support for new enterprises, offering guidance and direction during their creation and establishment. The project also offers specialised mentoring and advice to help existing enterprises survive, prosper and grow.

The Enterprise Steps project is led by Newham College with London South Bank University and Enterprise for London and is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

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