It’s All About You: Enhancing Your Personal Brand using Social Media

You are an expert in your field, but do your customers know it? Building a personal brand on social media has amazing benefits for your business. It will showcase what you do, your values and your passions. Building core brand values and never stepping away from them boosts your brand visibility and reputation. The results? New customers, loyal customers and a more profitable business.

Platform: Zoom

Date: Wednesday 10th November

Time: 10am – 11am

Cost: FREE

Speakers:

Caroline O’Neill – Caroline helps business owners and leaders push through the barriers when it comes to marketing their business. She believes in the power of social media and the positive change it can make and gives people the tools needed to embrace the social platforms which in turn allows them to showcase what they do in the best possible way. The business landscape has changed forever. Caroline educates and empowers people to move forward, embrace change and reap the rewards in business and in life. 

Naomh McElhatton – Listed as one of Ireland’s Top 5 Entrepreneurs by the Irish Times. Naomh McElhatton is a successful serial entrepreneur with a number of exits under her belt. As CEO of Stimul.ai, an AI solution designed to support hospitals reduce waiting lists, Naomh is responsible for driving the strategic planning, business development and identification of partnerships globally. Naomh is a well known mentor, guest speaker, STEM Ambassador, guest lecturer at Ulster University and Curator of the SheSaidClub.

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