We’re on the home stretch of 2014 – and after a summer of getting super efficient here at TLD, I am finding myself being asked to speak at a number of events. Here is a run down of what I have said “yes” to!
10th September – Cranfield School of Management KAM Best Practice Club
I will be heading over to Milton Keynes to be the dinner speaker at Cranfield KAM (Key Account Management) Best Practice Club – and will be talking to people who manage key accounts and run key account teams.
16th September – Surrey branch of the IFP
I will be heading to Surrey to speak at the Surrey branch of the IFP and give a talk to financial planners about marketing for their firms. We have worked with many financial planners in the last few years, and so I am very familiar with the marketing challenges they face.
18th September – Extreme Twitter – Prelude Group Masterclass
It’s the return of “Extreme Twitter” – my very popular Twitter course for those who want to dive in to Twitter and get lots out of it in return. You can come to this event as it’s open to bookings – just visit this page on the Prelude Group website.
23rd September – London Association of Master Decorators
A contact of mine from 10 years ago got in touch and asked me to come speak at the London Association of Master Decorators, teaching people who run large and small decorating businesses about social media
22 October – Film Distributors’ Association
On the 22nd of October I am running the first of 3 digital marketing sessions for senior film distributors at the Flim Distributors’ Association – on digital marketing in the film business.
22 October – Baker Tilly (Retail Finance Club Seminar)
In this event, I will be discussing all things social media: from how to stand out and make a great impression online, to building your personal brand in the retail sector. This is part of a series of events that the Baker Tilly Retail Finance Club are hosting around current industry issues that are affecting retail businesses, followed by a chance to network over drinks.
12 November – Women for the Board (University of Westminster)
I will be speaking to women who work in large organisations about how to use social media to advance their careers.