We have delivered interactive and tailor made workshops for both agencies and clients across multiple vertical sectors including automotive, retail, charities, government, web brands and start ups, technology and telcos, travel and entertainment brands both in the UK, the US and Canada, Africa, the Middle East and Asia Pacific.
All workshops, training and support materials are designed to meet your needs and are tailored to the levels of expertise within your team.
We aim to educate, inform and entertain as well as achieve effective knowledge transfer of our skills and expertise into your leadership teams to enable effective long term planning in-house.
We believe in a 100% ethical approach to all aspects of digital and communications and we apply practical examples, principles and applications of all digital media to ensure ‘buy-in’ and engagement from the relevant stakeholders.
We offer workshops and training in all aspects of digital and social media marketing. Our workshop and training schedules are built to respond to your brief but some of our most recent workshop themes include the following topic areas:
What is all the fuss about social media?
Building effective social media campaigns that drive brand loyalty and audience engagement.
SEO For Beginners:
A practical guide to driving quality traffic and conversions from search engines including Bing, Google and micro search such as Twitter and YouTube.
A step by step guide to ensuring PR activity works across digital channels to drive measurable, commercial returns.
A practical guide to defining an effective process and methodology for measuring and analysing digital effectiveness.
Avoiding the pitfalls:
Effective strategies to negate risk and turn a potential crisis into a triumph. This is an interactive workshop in digital crisis or reputation management techniques.
To brief us on your training needs email email@example.com
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