This evening meeting is a chance to learn about the best practice in promoting your business via social media, as well as using some old fashioned face to face networking skills to learn about local resources for food and drink businesses and discovering key technical issues facing the sector at the moment. The session will consist of an engaging presentation on the use of social media for food and drink businesses, followed by networking, and then a line-up of short presentations by consultants and local businesses on relevant issues/topics affecting the sector.
The event is aimed at Eastern, Midlands and South East food and drink businesses, professionals and consultants.Sign up early if you would like to be assigned one of the presentation slots.
The event has three, complementary, aims.
- To educate consultants and food businesses on social media. How to use social media to project your business – so yes, advertising, but there are a wide range of options now available: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn etc. On the other side, how do you protect yourself and your business – so for example, having social media policies in place for staff?
- To provide an opportunity for the Consultancy group to explain what they do to local food businesses and other consultants using the oldest method of social media – face to face presentation.
- To gain insight from experts on key technical issues facing food businesses
|18.35||A foodies guide to social media - 8 key ingredients , Sarah Daniels, The RedCat Partnership Ltd.|
|19.15||Light Buffet & Networking opportunities|
Consultants and Local Businesses presentations (find out how to present below)
|21.00||Q & A Session|
Peterborough, PE1 1RB
|IFST member||£ 20.00|
|Non member||£ 50.00|