If you run your own small business, there is help at hand from our enterprise service which has supported lots of local business to thrive.
We believe in businesses, and whether it’s a new start up or an established enterprise looking to take things to the next level, we’re here to help people reach their goals. From training and funding to finding affordable workspaces, we’ll support you all the way. We work closely with a range of partners to encourage, support and develop enterprise and small businesses.
Take a look at the upcoming workshops that will be taking place online in the coming months. These are all free to attend and can be really helpful to you and your small business.
Advanced LinkedIn - a workshop for existing users
This workshop is for experienced LinkedIn users who would like to discover how they can become more visible. With over 22m UK business users it is a certainty that there will be numerous prospective clients for you on LinkedIn - some of them will be looking for the services that you provide right now!
General Social Media for Business
This free webinar is for business people wanting to discover how to use social media to help develop their businesses. We will examine the four main platforms most commonly used. You will discover how to set up professional profiles on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn. You will be able to learn which social media platform might be relevant to you, the importance of great content and a good basic strategy.
Facebook for Business
28 million of us in the UK access Facebook on our smartphone every day. We only need a small number of that vast market to be very busy and this workshop will give you a step by step guide on how to use Facebook to your advantage; to monetise it by reaching out to your target market and most importantly of all, to establish a strategy to engage with today’s consumers.
Sales & Marketing
This workshop will explain the different objectives of both sales and marketing and how they work together. Even more importantly, we will look at individual businesses, discover how many customers we need and establish the manner and type of marketing activity required to meet some very different sales objectives.