Social Media Seminar
Breakfast seminar on Social Media strategies from Marketing & Legal perspectives
Ask not what your twitter can do for you, ask what you can do for your twitter.
-John F. Kennedy
Well, sort of! We are all familiar with the social media revolution that has transformed communication in the last few years, but can you answer the following questions?
• How effective is your investment in social media?
• Do you understand the business risks from using the internet and social media tools?
• Do you have policies and practices to monitor and control these risks, and ensure you operate within the law?
Vincent Solicitors are hosting a breakfast seminar to help you consider these questions, providing guidance on using social media from both marketing and legal perspectives.
Happy Creative, a digital marketing agency, will present key aspects of social media tools such as LinkedIn, Twitter & Facebook, and explain how to build business relationships and drive traffic to your website to generate revenues and profit.
Vincent Solicitors will highlight the business risks and legal issues arising from using social media, including protection of reputation, privacy and confidentiality, and the risk from staff using the tools for both business and personal purposes.
Who will benefit by attending? The seminar will benefit anyone who runs their own business, marketing and HR professionals, and with a Q&A and networking session, there will be plenty of opportunity to discuss issues further as part of the event.
Venue: Vincent's Solicitors, Guild Chambers, 4 Winckley Square, Preston PR1 3JJ
Itinerary: Tuesday, October 9, 8.00am – 9.45am
Arrival, Networking and Breakfast 8.00am – 8.20am
Presentation 8.20am – 9.20am
Networking and Refreshments 9.20am to 10.00am
Places at the seminar are free of charge, but limited. To book yours, e-mail Gail Rawcliffe on email@example.com or call 0800 310 2000
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