Each week during coronavirus lockdown we’re collating online events to help you connect with the outside world, learn, and keep your brand out there whilst we’re kept in. Here is this week’s offering:
Tuesday 26th May
Event: Lunch and Learn: How to start and grow a subscription business
Enterprise Nation is hosting daily ‘lunch and learn’ webinars throughout the coronavirus crisis to give you a boost, offer some advice, and hopefully become part of your daily business schedule. Enterprise Nation founder, Emma Jones, is interviewing guests from the worlds of enterprise and policy, and you can get your questions answered by the experts.
On Tuesday 26th May Emma’s interviewing Molly Masters, founder of Books That Matter; a subscription box business that puts women’s writing in the spotlight through unique reading experiences.
In this webinar, Molly will share her top tips for starting and growing a subscription business, including, how to get started, how to set prices, how to decide on frequency, and how to grow your customer base.
Event: How to keep your remote team engaged as we come out of lockdown
You and your team may not be together right now, but how are you keeping them motivated from a distance?
Employee Engagement in the new era.
Are you just hoping that your team will do a good job remotely or do you KNOW they are 100% onboard with your vision, mission and culture?
A new kind of Employee Engagement is needed in the new era we are navigating; and it has never been more crucial to get it right. Join us to get answers to the key keeping business leaders awake at night.
A webinar with two south west business journalists
Two South West media experts are joining forces to host a one-off online session to help businesses stay visible as the UK gets back to business.
The 90-minute webinar will help business owners plan their PR and marketing communications for the coming months, providing top tips and advice for joined up comms that achieve results and offer the best chance of getting your business featured in the media.
The session will be hosted by Fiona Scott, Journalist, Public Relations Consultant and Media Expert and Anita Jaynes, Publisher of The Business Exchange. Combined, the pair have over 50 years’ experience of working in the media industry.
Tickets are being sold at an early bird rate of £15 until Sunday 24th May and will be sold at £20 thereafter.
Delegate benefits include special pricing on these packages:
An hour’s remote strategy and story planning session with Fiona for just £49+VAT normally £150+VAT
The Business Exchange COVID digital package – Story/offer shared online, via an e-newsletter and via TBE’s social feeds. £49+VAT