12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
This event will be delivered online as part of KWMC The Factory’s INSPIRE Talk series
With so many different options and new platforms popping up all the time, the ever-changing world of digital marketing can be overwhelming.
Where do you focus your attention?
How do you get the best return on your investment?
In this talk and Q&A Session, enterprise mentor and writer, Amy Morse, cuts through the hype to help you decide where to put your energies. We’ll compare and contrast the different Social Media and Content Marketing options so you can make the best use of your time and energy to grow your business.
This online event is free of charge to attend but sign-up is essential.
With a background in skills training, business support and writing Amy Morse helps ambitious entrepreneurs and business leaders tell the story of their business – in their own words – with courage, confidence and creativity. As an Amazon best selling author, blogger and business mentor, she equips people to be better at business, through training and mentoring.
About INSPIRE Talks:
Our Factory INSPIRE Talks programme invites you into the world of inspirational makers, creative professionals and business mentors to find out more about their journeys, experience and processes.
The format is usually of a live talk or discussion followed by a question and answer session (Q and A).
Since March 2020, we have moved these talks online as a result of social distancing rules. We very much encourage the drinking of tea and use of the chat function within the talk to ask questions and share ideas.
This event will be delivered on YouTube. You do not need to log in to an account to view this content and a link will be supplied ahead of the event for you to watch live. The Q and A session will be facilitated using the Chat function in YouTube. You can request support to use YouTube in the questions below.
This event is for people aged 18+
This INSPIRE talk is bought to you by MADE in South Bristol. Find out more about MADE here. You do not need to be a participant of the MADE in South Bristol programme to attend this event.
Image credit – Amy MorseBook