Sep 11

Let’s get “social”- a social media workshop especially for small & medium sized companies - CHC

Even though Germans are not famous for being social, we are famous for being efficient. Therefore, we have put together a workshop to help you utilise your Social Media platforms as efficiently as possible, partnering with one of the most well-known creative agency in New Zealand – Motion Sickness.

Reason you need to attend:

Motion Sickness will guide you through:

  • Do social media well
    Social media is a tricky channel to navigate, if you don’t get it right it can be very costly and you won’t know what you’re getting out of it. Learn how it can launch your business into acquiring a new profitable lead channel converting interest into sales.

    Learn how to effectively create and use content for your campaigns.
    Learn how to budget for social media campaigns.
  • Know your ROI
    If you are unsure exactly what the return on investment was from your recent Facebook boost campaign, then this workshop will help.

GNZCC will guide you through:

  • Understand cultural differences
    Not every campaign you make for the New Zealand market works for Germany and vice versa

Baldwins will guide you through:

  • IP infringement is challenging across all e-commerce platforms. Ben Williams, specialist from Baldwins, will explain the practical reasons why you should consider trade mark registrations and how registered trade marks can help you retain and enforce your social media rights.

Cancellation Policy Cancellations must be received 7 clear working days prior to the event. Substitutions are permitted if you can no longer attend.
Media Policy Events organised by the GNZCC may be photographed or filmed for use in the GNZCC newsletters, website and other publications for promoting the work of the GNZCC. The database of the attendees may be shared with the principal sponsor. If you do not wish your picture taken, or your details to be shared, please let us know.
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