The Women’s Organisation – Celebrating Global Entrepreneurship Week with our Digital Masterminds!

Posted 11th November 2015
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Join us this Global Entrepreneurship Week for a Business Digital Mastermind with our panel of experts who will lead a discussion on how entrepreneurs can harness the power of the digital world to ‘make things happen’ for successful business development.

This session reflects and promotes key findings from recent research into the use of digital technologies undertaken by The Women’s Organisation and partners as part of the Erasmus+ DIGA project.

Confirmed Panel Members include:

Nisha Katona – Founder ‘Mowgli’

Before this culinary experience burst onto Bold Street people were buzzing with desire to try their “Indian home cooking, unplugged”. A strong digital marketing campaign started the wave and Nisha built the buzz into a thriving business. Find out how she did it and her tips for your business.

Ngunan Adamu – BBC Radio Merseyside Presenter

In the digital age it is essential for journalists to link into social media to keep ahead of the next breaking story. Ngunan will share her insight into how the media utilise social media to connect with their audience, find interesting content to feature, and just how businesses need to get in on the act and grab their attention.

Rebecca and Chelsea AKA Liverpool Girl Geeks

Liverpool Girl Geeks are on a mission to decrease the widening gender gap in the tech sector. Utilising all their inner digital geekisms they share their knowledge with women in Liverpool to encourage them to further their digital skills fear free. Find out what their top techy tips are.

Judith O’Brien – Owner Bold Online Marketing

With more than 10 years experience in the field of Digital and IT, Judith O’Brien is the definitive Digital Mastermind. Her latest venture Bold Online Marketing is a Digital Marketing Agency who support businesses in all aspects of online marketing from branding through developing a website and social media presence to understanding the dreaded world of SEO. What she doesn’t know about digital isn’t worth knowing!

WHEN: Wednesday 18th November 6pm-8.30pm

WHERE: The Women’s Organisation, 54 St James Street, L1 0AB

Tickets to this event are free and open to any women who would like to join us to pick the brains of our digital panelists and network with other local businesses.

HOWEVER, if you would like to make a donation for your ticket to help to support The Women’s Organisation’s charitable work, helping to support the economic position of local disadvantaged women then do please select the donation ticket option when booking. We would suggest a minimum donation of £5, but you may choose to donate more at your discretion.

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