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Twitter – Are you using it to its full potential?

Twitter – Are you using it to its full potential?

The Power of Twitter – Stop wasting time, improve your productivity, establish your expertise to your audience and get yourself seen for all the right reasons.

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Next week begins a really exciting time for me starting up speaking dates on Social Media! The first of these I was invited to speak at by the lovely Prith from The Creative Thinking Company.

Survive and Thrive aims to offer a unique space for small businesses to learn, innovate, collaborate and grow. Their monthly sessions are a combination of learning, practical problem and networking/ relationship building.

With focus on providing practical support and knowledge building that can be applied straight away and that can help micro-businesses ‘survive and thrive!’ I’d certainly recommend anyone local to come along and take part.

For all the information on the Twitter session on Tuesday 18th June click here for the e-shot

It’s only £20 to come along and is at Cardiff Metropolitan University, Cardiff School of Business, Llandaff Campus, Western Avenue, Cardiff from 4pm -7.15pm.

Hope to see you there!

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