Don’t know your ‘like’ from your ‘hashtag’? Got a LinkedIn account, but not sure how to get the most out of it? Use Twitter in your personal life, but not sure how it works in a business context?
It is well established that effective networking is crucial to a woman’s career. It is also clear that women dominate the majority of social media platforms. Indeed, Sheryl Sandberg says that Facebook statistics show that “The social world is led by women”. But many of us are still not bringing the two together and exploring the value of business networking via social media.
At its heart, business is about relationships, and relationships are built on conversations. Conversations first became virtual via letters, then telephones and faxes, then emails and now social media. Can you imagine telling an important contact that you don’t have email? Can you imagine their reaction? Many will now look at you in the same way if you don’t have a LinkedIn profile!
Please join us for a session where we will provide tips to help you (i) identify which social media platforms are most appropriate for your role, (ii) build and optimize your profiles and (ii) effectively network via social media.
We are delighted to be joined by Linda Cheung, a recognised thought leader on social media for business and the co-founder of CubeSocial, a leading social media marketing and CRM company.
Sue McLean, chair of MoFo Women London and the Head of MoFo’s Social Media Practice in Europe will host the event and provide some top tips for avoiding the legal pitfalls associated with social media.
Date & Time:
Wednesday,September 10, 2014
6:30 p.m. BST
For more information and registration information, click here.