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Free social media workshop for SMEs in the Shipston-on-Stour Region

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Introduction to Social Media – Thursday 4 October 09.30am – 04.30pm

Stour Enterprise Centre, Shipston on stour Warwickshire

The University of Warwick is offering businesses in the Shipston- on- Stour region an exclusive opportunity to access their expertise in social media at a one day workshop for SMEs. Led by the WMG SME team – experts in working with small to medium-sized businesses – the free workshop ‘Introduction to Social Media’ will take place at the Stour Enterprise Centre on Thursday 4th October from 09.30am to 04.30pm.

Designed for businesses that are unsure of the benefits of social media and the tools and applications available to them, the University of Warwick team will give introductions to social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Google+ and Foursquare. Using live case studies they will explain the benefits of social media for businesses.

Owners and managers of SMEs in the Shipston-on-Stour area who are interested in finding out how social media can increase business performance can register for the free event at: http://socialmediastourenterprise.eventbrite.com

or contact [email protected] for more information.

Source: University of Warwick

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