Venture Stream Partners with Transmit Start-Ups to Deliver Digital Marketing Workshop
June 9, 2016
We are delighted to announce that on July 5th at Gateshead International Business Centre, our resident experts Marty Hayes and James Chapman will be delivering a specialist digital marketing workshop aimed at fast-tracking online growth for start-up businesses.
Tailored to start-up entrepreneurs and early stage businesses, the event, hosted by start-up loan and mentoring company Transmit Start-Ups, is part of a series of start-up sessions running over the course of July that cover Transmit’s most requested business growth themes, from digital marketing to finance.
Working in partnership with Transmit Start-Ups, sister company Transmit Enterprise and Gateshead Council, Venture Stream will be kicking off the series and sponsoring the first seminar and Q&A session. The free workshop will see two expert talks take place, the first from Transmit Enterprise, explaining how they themselves have used digital marketing to build 5,000 Twitter followers, 5,000 website visits per month and a mailing list of 10,000 entrepreneurs.
Headlining the evening, Venture Stream’s own Marty and James will discuss the importance of having an effective digital strategy in place to grow your business and explore areas such as SEO (search engine optimisation), PPC (pay per click advertising), content marketing and email campaigns. The session will end with a video showcasing Venture Stream’s Top Ten digital marketing recommendations for start-ups.
All workshops are free to attend and you can book places on all three sessions. Both of our experts James and Marty will be on-hand after the seminar to provide personalised advice.
To register your interest in this event, please click here or email your details to [email protected] and we will send across further information.
Registration and networking: 5.00pm
Support Act: 5:30pm
Curtains: 7.00pm… Elvis has left the building!
The workshops will take place in the Boardroom on the ground floor of the building.