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Cambridge Network Event: Business Communications Workshop

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Why whisper when you can sing? This one hour seminar on business communications will help you take a hard look at a resource all small businesses have, but few get the most out of – words. Find out how to link what and how you communicate directly to the delivery of your business plan.

Words and communications skills are a free resource businesses really can’t afford to waste or to get wrong.

In this hour-long practical seminar, presenter Kaye Coleman-Rooney will use case studies and real life examples to suggest a cost-effective approach to the communications challenges facing small businesses. She’ll help you make the most of your skills and resources to develop a communications strategy that will:

increase impact and return on investment of your website, emails, letters and printed materials
improve customer experience
build your reputation
save money

As part of the seminar, Kaye will introduce you to a five-step communications’ audit you can get started on during the session. You’ll find out how to:

discover the weak links in your communications with customers and employees
improve communications skills to make the most of what you’re already doing right

Please bring along your business cards and network with other delegates attending.

Timings:

08:00 Registration and networking over coffee & bacon rolls

08:30 Speaker: Kaye Coleman-Rooney

09:30 Further networking

10:00 Event closes

To book on please go to http://www.cambridgenetwork.co.uk/events/business-communications-workshop/

This talk is part of the Cambridge Network events series.

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