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Maximise Twitter for Business

Event Details

Monday, 17th July 2017
10:00 am to 1:00 pm
54 St James Street, Liverpool, L1 0AB

The Women’s Organisation are here to help you maximise Twitter for your business. If you want to learn how to use Twitter more effectively, then this half day course is perfect for you!

 Learn how to use the basic functions of Twitter, get your head around hashtags and other Twitter lingo and gain insights on how Twitter can be used to promote and market your business. By the end of the day, you will understand how Twitter can link in with your wider marketing strategy for your business.

Maximise Twitter for Business is suitable to men and women who are running a business, working within an organisation, or would like to learn more about Social Media in a professional capacity.

  Maximise Twitter for Business is part funded by The Women’s Organisation, and we can offer this course to you at a subsidised rate of £25*

  Please note, to cancel your place and request a refund you must contact The Women's Organisation at least 2 working days before the course is due to take place.  Failure to cancel will mean full payment cannot be refunded.

  If you are interested in The Women’s Organisation running this course for your business or your staff, please contact us for further details and prices.

 * Please note that due to changes in funding, the criteria and prices for all courses at The Women's Organisation are subject to change.  Contact The Women’s Organisation on hello@thewo.org.uk or 0151 706 8111


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