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Frome Business Breakfast – learn to share your story

Local businesses are invited to join Frome Town Council on 6 November at Frome Town Hall to learn how they can use social media to their advantage.

From Facebook and Twitter to Instagram and Snapchat social media is high on many businesses to do lists, but how can you plan and produce content that connects to and engages your audience? 

Attendees of this month’s Business Breakfast will be joined by two knowledgeable and experienced speakers: Dawn Denton from the Frome Diary and Kate Foster from Wisdom and True. Both are specialists on content creation and will give those in the room the information they need to learn how to effectively use social media to share their brands’ story.

Councillor Gary Collinson said, “Having a vibrant and interesting social media presence is important for businesses that want to get ahead. This Business Breakfast is the perfect opportunity for any local organisation who wants to pick up top tips on how to create relevant and interesting content and do just that.”

The event costs £10 per person and includes a delicious cooked breakfast and this month is being held in the historic Council Chamber at the Town Hall. There will be opportunities to meet and network with other delegates following the presentation so don’t forget to bring your business cards.

The Frome Business Breakfast meets on the first Tuesday of the month and is an exchange of knowledge and experience, open to all and a great opportunity to meet with other local organisations. Organised by Frome Town Council, Frome and District Chamber of Commerce, and Business Manager Mairi Connelly.

Anyone interested in attending is encouraged to book early to avoid disappointment via the following link buytickets.at/frometowncouncil/207205

Dietary options are available upon request, prior to the event. For more information please contact whitakerv@frometowncouncil.gov.uk  

18 October 2018
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19 January 2021
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