Another PR, Social Media & Content Workshop – Back By Demand!

Last month I super-excitedly (and a little bit nervously, I can’t lie!) held my first group workshop at gorgeous pop-up shop The Stanley Road Store in Fiveways.

The evening saw nine fabulous Brighton-based women in biz get together to learn my top tips for shouting about their businesses on social media, on their website and to publications, in an authentic, non-cringe, way. We also drank fizz, ate chocolate and had honest conversations about what was working for us marketing-wise, with helpful advice shared by everyone. I LOVED it.

While the event was taking place, a few others mentioned on Instagram that they’d love to come to the next one… and so, I was absolutely delighted that the superwoman that is Maxine (founder of The Stanley Road Store and talented babe behind Lost & Foundry) asked me to host another workshop next month.

The date is set for Wednesday 6th December (7-9pm), so please come along, if you’d like to learn how to:

  • Use social media effectively for your unique business.
  • Develop your tone to connect with potential customers, other creatives and influencers.
  • Authentically tell your story to bloggers and press.
  • Connect with publications who get YOU and your quirky products/ services.
  • Create a content plan for blogs, social media and PR.
  • In a nutshell; feel armed with the knowledge to plan your PR world domination (without feeling cringey!).

For all the details and to book, pop on over to >

The workshop will be held at The Stanley Road Store Pop-Up Shop, 132 Preston Drove, Fiveways, Brighton.


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