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Social Media takes centre stage at Kirklees Business Conference 2013

Published 16th Sep 2013 by Rebecca Greenhough

Four expert presenters will take to the same stage in a seminar presenting a unique session at this year’s Kirklees Business Conference (KBC).

Each presenter will present on one of four disciplines of Social Media, namely Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Google Plus. The unique nature of this seminar is that each presenter will have twenty one slides and each slide will only appear for twenty one seconds. The images advance automatically and the speakers talk along to the images.

Danny Matharu, Event Director of KBC said: "This seminar is fast, furious, focussed and fun. It will cover hints, tips and the know-how to utilise social media straight into your business for results.

"We launched this at Calderdale Business Conference in May and it went down a storm. We then ran it again last week at Bradford Business Conference and both times the seminars were standing room only.

"The feedback has been tremendous as the speakers are not self proclaimed ‘gurus’. They are individuals who use Social Media to gain business results for themselves and others."

This social media presentation comes on the back of the announcement that Town First Team Manager Mark Robins is to also star at KBC.

KBC takes place on Wednesday 16th October and is a key fixture in the second Kirklees Business Week.

Monday 14th October sees the start of Kirklees Business Week (KBW), an 'Open Source' Business Week, full of sector specific seminars all run by different businesses and all free to all.

The principle of KBW is to provide a platform for Kirklees Businesses to share their knowledge across the district spread across the week in a manner that is convenient for all sectors of business in Kirklees. All venues will be supplied free and all event delegate places will be free.

Businesses wanting to submit their event to KBW should visit the website. Read more on KBC speakers in our news section.


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