Free social media workshops for Ruby Country small businesses
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Are you new to Facebook or just beginning on the road to greater business
If the answer to these questions is "Yes", then why not
book on to one of the FREE workshops being run by Ride the Ruby Country?
Like it or loathe it, social media is now an important
tool for small businesses to raise business profile and promote local products
Covering such as topics as "why set up a Facebook
business page?" and how to do it, how to use Likes, posting and topics, and how
to integrate social media into you marketing efforts, this free interactive
workshop promises to provide valuable promotional opportunities for small
businesses and the area in general.
The free interactive workshops are being run at
Cookworthy Forest Centre on Monday 11th February and Tuesday 5th
March, from 10am to 1pm. Refreshments will be available.
Those wanting to attend the workshops will need to bring
a laptop to connect wirelessly to the internet, along with other information
about their business. Information requirements will be provided upon booking.
Places are limited, so book on early. For booking and
more information contact Mark on 01409 220009, or email email@example.com.
Ruby Country; helping small businesses develop and
Ride the Ruby Country is supported by DEFRA incorporating
funding from EU; European Agricultural Fund for rural development: Europe
investing in rural areas, LEADER4, Greater Dartmoor LEAF, Devon County Council,
Torridge District Council and West Devon Borough Council.