The Foundry presents: Optimise your LinkedIn Profile for Business

Wednesday November 14

Belfast | Northern Ireland | United Kingdom

The Foundry presents: Optimise your LinkedIn Profile for Business We are delighted to offer an Optimise your LinkIn Profile for Business Workshop, in conjunction with Social Bee (Louise Brogan). Did you know that LinkedIn has over 500 million global users?   As a growing social media network, LinkedIn is the platform of choice for those who want to reach out to corporate and professional clients.   It is not just for recruitment.  When you connect on LinkedIn, people pay attention.     Practical hands-on workshop to set up and optimise your LinkedIn Profile for business.   We will cover: ·         how to write your LinkedIn profile, ·         keywords, ·         personal brand, ·         how to make productive connections, ·         how and what to post on LinkedIn, ·         how to raise your profile as an expert in your field. Who should attend? This Interactive workshop is for business owners or staff with a business responsible for managing the businesses social media strategy. What should you bring? Participants will need to bring a laptop to this event as it is a practical workshop.  Don't forget to bring your LinkedIn logins! The Trainer Louise Brogan is the owner of Social Bee NI - a consulting and training company helping businesses, entrepreneurs and professionals to raise their profile through online marketing. The aim of Social Bee is to explain how to do things online in a simple, straightforward way. The founder of Social Bee is Louise Brogan. Louise has been working with small businesses and professionals for over five years. In 2017, Louise was listed in the Small Business Saturday Top 100 Small Businesses in the UK, and in March 2018, Louise was listed as one of the Top 50 Small Business Advisors in the UK by Enterprise Nation.   Louise is also N.Ireland’s only accredited Facebook and Instagram trainer.   There are limited spaces available for this event so book early to avoid disappointment.