From Snapchat to Instagram, streaming live to creating evergreen content — visual marketing is now something businesses can't ignore. Learn how to grab people's attention using simple digital tricks whilst achieving high impact results. With videos from 15 seconds you record instantly on your phone, to taking it a step further, this one not to be missed.
And you'll be learning from the best. We've invited major brands, BBC and Arrivia, to tell us how they create impact with their marketing campaigns!
Lisa Pearson — Head of Marketing, Arrivia
Lisa Pearson is an accomplished media expert and is currently head of marketing at Arriva North West.
Having worked with a wide variety of companies, from commercial radio group Bauer to some of the region's leading law firms, Lisa knows how to create impact on the local and national stage.
Lisa has delivered an extensive variety of local, regional & national advertising and marketing campaigns across radio, television, outdoor, press, direct marketing and digital platforms.
Steve Coleman — Producer, BBC Radio Merseyside
Steve Coleman is currently the producer of the Tony Snell Breakfast show at BBC Radio Merseyside. He’s also social media lead and is responsible for social media strategy and training. Although he’s been with the BBC for the past 11 years, his previous work and passion in photography and film making saw him as Director of Design Fault Media, a video production company that worked with major corporations such as Nintendo, Orange Phones and International club operators Cream.
He’s a firm believer that social media platforms are the gateway to improving the profile of individuals or businesses alike, and understands the need to be focused on your message, your clientele and achieving high quality video/photo’s to support your real life or business persona, you are missing out.
Join us on Thursday 14th June, 6 – 8:30pm at 54 St James Street.
The Women's Organisations Business Club is an exclusive women's only networking group which is open to female business owners.
Membership is open to female business owners only and is per individual not per business. Additional staff members can be booked onto individual events as you go. Our events will mostly be held at our flagship building, 54 St James Street in Liverpool but members are welcome to join from anywhere.
How much does it cost?
We don’t have a membership fee as such. All we ask is that you make a one-off donation to The Women’s Organisation charity. This donation will help towards the cost of running Business Club and help us continue to deliver our support for women in business. The minimum donation is £25 and this instates you as a 'member for life' — that's right, no annual renewal fees. We also welcome larger donations, just specify the amount when completing your membership form.