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Date

12 May 2020

Time

10:00 am - 11:30 am

Cost

Free

How To Take Your Social Business Online

This webinar will provide tips and advice on how to take your social business online and increase your digital visibility.

As we move online to continue trading and increase business visibility, how prepared are you for the digital world?
Disruption can often be fertile ground for innovation and transformation. It forces us to sit back, take stock and re-evaluate. Many businesses are looking online to navigate through the coronavirus crisis, and this workshop will help you discover the key steps to digital success throughout, and beyond the lockdown.
This webinar will include:
-how to identify digital revenue streams
-planning a product range
-leveraging online communities
-how to collaborate to promote your business online
-identifying your customer
-how to talk to your audience
-making the most out of social media
Who is the webinar for?
This webinar is for social businesses that want to make the most out of their online presence. Perfect for social enterprises, purposeful businesses or charities with a trading arm.
Facilitator
Rosie Jacobs has worked in the retail industry for 15 years as a buyer, product designer and trend forecaster, specialising in e commerce. After setting up her own business, A Rosie Life , in 2013 to promote small UK brands, she then went on to co-found Independent Oxford with Anna Munday in 2015 to support and promote independent businesses in Oxfordshire. They work with over 120 businesses in the county and collaborate with key stake holders to champion the independent community.

For more information about the eScalate programme , visit www.oxfordshirelep.com/escalate
Please note that the workshop is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

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