Note from Organiser:
In the interests of protecting small businesses and our Advisors during the COVID-19 outbreak, we are converting our face-to-face workshops to online, virtual workshops (webinars). If there is no registration link for a workshop, it will be coming soon, so please check again later.
As a Small Business owner, it very easy to feel like a very small fish in a very big pond, especially as bigger competitors compete for market share with more resources.
The great thing is with the rise of Social Media it is now very easy to flip that on its head create and even playing field for all business owners regardless of business size!
Throughout this workshop we will
- Look at Social Media as a deregulated market, that is now open to anyone who is willing to put in the work
- What the difference is between bricks and mortar advertising and Social Media marketing
- How to craft professional looking content and what they key points to cover are
- What is a Social Media customer service strategy and how to craft one for your business?
- How to use messenger marketing to convert more sales
This workshop is perfect for the micro to small business owner who is struggling to get their business noticed on Social Media, or perhaps wants to kick their Social Media strategy up a notch.
Presented by Carolyn Ferrando
You will still be able to interact with the Advisor in a virtual setting from the safety of your home or business premises, while receiving advisory services to help your business at this crucial time.
You will have the added benefit of receiving a link to a recording of your advisory session or workshop/webinar for future reference.
Are you a small business needing support? Click to register your interest in being a participant in the ASBAS Digital Solutions program.
Business Station has partnered with RDA Logan & Redlands to deliver the Australian Small Business Advisory Services (ASBAS) Digital Solutions program across most of Queensland.
Important – Participating businesses must be aware that this information will be provided to the Commonwealth Department of Jobs and Small Business and the Commonwealth Department of Industry, Innovation and Science for program evaluation and reporting purposes and; they may be approached by a representative of the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science to complete a survey on the services provided.