Socially delivered another great social media training seminar this week at the Kells Enterprise & Technology Centre.
This course was being delivered by Socially on behalf of the Meath Local Enterprise Office ( formerly Meath County Enterprise Board ) following a training tender process at the start of the year.
The social media course attendees came from a wide range of industry sectors and each had their own level of social media knowledge.
In some cases, social media already formed part of their overall marketing strategy while for others, the course was more of an introduction to how social media can deliver for their business.
Engaging with SMEs on these training days is always a very practical way of identifying how best to incorporate social media into the business strategy of local businesses in Ireland.
Not every business has the resources of a multinational and so a lot of our training course attendees do not have dedicated digital marketing or social media staff.
So working with the real world considerations of the attendees, we were able to demonstrate how even the smallest of start-ups can leverage social media to boost their business profile.
We would like to thank the Meath Local Enterprise Office and all the course attendees for their contributions and we look forward to delivering further social media training courses throughout the year.
If you would like to discuss your own social media training requirements, feel free to contact Socially today and we’ll be happy to help!