Businesses benefit from being online
Written by sirennews on 16th October 2014
Social media is a tool used by many individuals, but businesses can still be slow to join the craze.
Onlincolnshire, a project run by the Lincolnshire County Council and funded by the European Regional Development Fund, is aiming to change that.
They are organising a series of free workshops to help local businesses get online and effectively use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Thursday 30th October, Commerce House, Outer Circle Road Lincoln
9.30-12.30: Introduction to Social Media for Business
13.30-16:30: Facebook Social Media Surgery
Thursday 13th November, Commerce House, Outer Circle Road Lincoln
9.30-12.30: Twitter Social Media Surgery
13.30-16:30: LinkedIn Surgery
These sessions are part of onlincolnshire’s 12 business support programme that also includes one-to-one business coaching sessions and other internet related seminars. More information can be found by emailing them on firstname.lastname@example.org
Stuart MacFarlane is from CDI Alliance, a specialist business technology consultancy helping the project and he chatted to Siren News Editor Sebastian Edgington-Cole about the project.