Learn how to market your business from your mobile phone at a free breakfast business event organised by Mid Ulster District Council.
The Marketing Your Business From Your Mobile event takes place on Thursday, 2 February from 8am to 10.30am at the Burnavon, Cookstown and is suitable for all businesses from all sectors located in the Mid Ulster area.
The key focus of the event will be on digital media and how this can be used effectively to enhance and develop your business.
The event will commence with breakfast and registration at 8am followed by a workshop facilitated by Daryl Conway from We Are Digital. The workshop will explore the latest trends and influential factors to consider when doing business from your mobile phone. Delegates will be provided with a summary of new apps that are available to help develop their business via their mobile.
Topics covered at the event will include: Increasing sales on the go while using your mobile, Capturing, editing and publishing movies on your mobile and information on what latest apps are available to make images and videos.
Digital experts Emma Gribben, Niamh Taylor and Peter McNicholl will attend the event and host practical workshops.
The Chair of Mid Ulster District Council, Councillor Trevor Wilson feels the information session will be of great benefit to local businesses, “Mid Ulster is the highest performing area in Northern Ireland in terms of entrepreneurial activity, and for that reason I feel events like this are essential in ensuring we retain this status and do everything we can to provide our businesses with all the help, guidance, advice and training they need to maintain this high standard.”
This event is the first in a series of breakfast business events Mid Ulster District Council will be hosting over the next few months to offer valuable digital information to businesses.
For more information, or to find out what other events will be taking place go to www.midulstercouncil.org/businessevents.
Booking for this event is essential as spaces are limited. To register email [email protected] or telephone 028 87728 602.