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Stansted Airport Chambers of Commerce to host social media workshop with BBC Apprentice candidate Paul Sullivan

PUBLISHED: 06:03 24 October 2017

Paul Sullivan, business owner Modedaweb and PS Consulting and BBC Apprentice contestant. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Paul Sullivan, business owner Modedaweb and PS Consulting and BBC Apprentice contestant. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

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Stansted Airport Chambers of Commerce is hosting a social media workshop in November.

The Essentials is half-day event hosted by BBC’s Apprentice candidate Paul Sullivan, who will be at the Express by Holiday Inn on November 22 from 8.30am to 12.30pm.

The workshop, aimed at helping firms increase reach, create brand awareness and ensure messaging across social media platforms stands out from the crowd, will include an interactive session in which Paul will show delegates how best to use the social media tools available to you.

Chamber chief executive Julie Budden said: “This workshop isn’t a case of showing you/your business how to produce tweets and updates. It’s a lot more in-depth than that. You’ll learn exactly how to put a comprehensive social media strategy into place.” Visit www.thesacc.com, call Julie on 01279 870064 or email Julie@thesacc.com

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