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Getting The Most From Digital Marketing (Even In Challenging Times)

Monday 20 April at 2pm

In times of isolation and restrictions, communication becomes an even more important aspect of business.

We are lucky that technology and the internet allows workers to be home-based and still communicate on a regular basis, but many businesses are already letting the all-important communication with existing and potential customers start to slip.

In this session we will look at a number of techniques your business could employ to make use of Digital Marketing to keep relationships fresh, reach out to potential new customers and become a leader at a time when many are backing away from marketing their business.

Liz will help you to

o   Look at what digital marketing strategies you can utilise

o   Re-work your digital marketing strategy

o   Connect with existing customers and clients

o   Use a thought-leader model to reach out to new clients and customers

o   Get it all done while battling distractions


Liz Hardwick – Co-Founder of DigiEnable

Liz is an award winning Professional Speaker, Trainer and Co-Founder of DigiEnable, based in Chorley, supporting clients across the UK and beyond, with bespoke digital training and services to help businesses be more digitally savvy and visible online.

Before starting the business, Liz worked in Radio and TV broadcasting for some of the big names, as well as supporting charities to produce their own digital content.

An advocate for open source technologies, a self-confessed SEO and Productivity geek, Liz also spends a lot of time supporting non-profit organisations, including Chairing the National Womens Committee and part of the Exec board for BECTU, is always proud to be a visible Lancashire lass doing international work, and is currently a director at Digital Lancashire, with responsibility for Women and Women in Technology.

Liz has over 20 years experience in the media and digital sectors and has been recognised for her achievements in the TechWomen100, TechWorld’s Top 111 UK Women in Tech Speakers, BC’s 101 Female Founders in Tech, and the Digital Leaders UK 100.