Event: Small biz vs Facebook – what’s the big deal?

Are you finding Facebook gives you face-ache?!

We totally get it! All the different options, what to post, when to post, how to advertise, what to advertise, and what on earth does it mean to boost, can feel pretty over-whelming.
But what if we told you that as much as we LOVE Instagram, we think Facebook still offers an unmissable opportunity for small businesses to market themselves and grow – would you be interested in hearing more?
If you would like to invest in your business’s social media presence, come along to The Hunter Collective on 28th March 11am-2pm. We have a panel of business women who’re living the reality of making Facebook work for them, as well as the social media experts ready to advise on how you can do it too!
Speakers
The businesses
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Kerri Northcott: founder of Coco and Indie, a thriving online children’s handmade clothing shop. Kerri has single-handedly built a Facebook following of 17k in the last two years. She is passionate about helping other small businesses grow so is going to tell you all about how she has harnessed the power of Facebook to drive sales!
Instagram: @cocoandindie_
Facebook: @cocoandindieuk
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Gemma Whates: founder of All By Mama, a unique marketplace featuring a beautiful range of products created by parents working around family life. Gemma has built an incredible Facebook following of over 30k in the last three years and will let you in on all the secrets to her success!
Instagram: @allbymamauk
Facebook: @allbymama
The social media experts
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Cat Davies: Digital Mum of the Year 2017 and co-founder of Our X Agency, Cat has worked with brands from Mumsnet to MTV. She has significant expertise across many areas of social media and is brilliant at translating her knowledge into practical strategies you’ll be able to take away and use for yourselves.
Instagram: @catxdavies
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Nicola Washington: Nicola is the founder of TM[M]I Social and blogger at Too Much Mothering Information. After graduating her Digital Mums training in 2017 she now works with a range of small businesses including Don’t Buy Her Flowers. She is a creative thinker who thrives on the challenge of using social media content to create a community that converts into customers. Nicola will be hosting the panel chat and will ask the questions that will be most use to you.
The venue
Bright, airy and super-cool, Hunter Collective is a new flexible co-working, hair salon, events and studio space perfect for freelancers in the beauty and fashion industries.
Hunter Collective
2nd Floor
River House
143-145 Farringdon Road
London
EC1R 3AB
Ticket price £40 includes:
An opportunity to invest in your business’s social media presence
Panel chat with expert knowledge and practical tips to take home
Q+A session where you can ask the social media experts or business owners for their advice
Unlimited tea, coffee and soft drinks
Pastries and snacks including incredible brownies from Norah’s Brownies
Goody bag full of treats from a wide range of brands and small businesses
Networking with other small businesses
<<With more still to be confirmed!>>
**Early bird offer** The first ten ticket buyers will also receive a 10 minute social media speed-mentoring session with Cat or Nicola. We will be in contact by email if you are one of the lucky few so make sure you leave your email address in the notes when you’re buying your ticket**

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