19th Nov 2015
THE DIGITAL TAKEOVER
How to build a successful online presence
Developing an online business, or presence can be a mindfield. What are?the pitfalls? What generates revenue? What converts into actual sales??How best to showcase your brand? All these questions will be answered?at the next IMAGE Digital Masterclass when?JOAN MULVIHILL, CEO of The Irish Internet Association drills down into the’do’s and don’ts of building an effective website, retailing online?and a 360? look at social media, focussing on how to create a distinctive digital voice.
Join IMAGE editor-in-chief MELANIE MORRIS for an evening of inspiration, bright ideas and plenty of tips.
Get your tickets now!
WHERE The Gibson?Hotel, Point Village, Dublin 1.
WHEN?Wednesday, December 2, 2015 – drinks & canap’s?from 6pm.
TICKETS €45 (numbers strictly limited).
PLUS?Seat gifts for all from Liz Earle, Blank Canvas, Brodericks chocolate, Propercorn Popcorn and spot prizes on the night from The Buff Day Spa and Marks & Spencer.
INFO?01? 271 9615; or email?[email protected]
CEO, Irish Internet Association (IIA)
Awarded the honour of Dublin’s Digital Champion by the Lord Mayer in 2013, Joan Mulvihill has been CEO of the Irish Internet Association (IIA) since 2009. With a career history?in FMCG retail, medical device manufacturing and advisory/professional services, all roles have seen her as a leader and change catalyst through strategy development, marketing and communications, corporate governance and process re-engineering. She is now on a mission to get Ireland digital-savvy. Through her work with the IIA she has won several awards for influencing and shaping national education, enterprise and broadband strategies, developing and leading nationwide campaigns and securing the funding to get it all done. ?Joan is an authority on the necessary assets needed by Irish entrepreneurs to up their digital game and will share this information at the IMAGE Digital Masterclass.
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