So excited to be joining Business Builders Group (BBG) http://www.bbg.business/ as a mentor!
Last week’s event was booked out & we are holding a followup session!
This info session is for The Retail Chapter to assist businesses, Leaders, SMEs and Entrepreneurs to collaborate and grow.
I will be sharing my insights and gems on how to take advantage of being connected to your customer in todays social media and digital minefield.
Businesses need to engage in lifelong learning to keep up with todays connected market place, and BBG has the ideal structure to make this happen through Education and Collaboration.
BBG’s unique meeting structure, professional mentoring and best-of-breed tools have been developed to ensure that all members benefit strongly, on the basis that “all boats are lifted on a rising tide”.
Please join us at our Lunch Briefing on 7 October, where you will learn everything you need to know about Business Builders Group and how our Retail Sydney Forums can help you achieve your growth objectives.
When: Friday 7 October, 12:30 pm – 2 pm
Where: BBG venue, Level 7/14 Martin Place Sydney
Seating is limited to 40 guests so make sure you register today. Click here to register for this free event.
EVENT DETAILS :: UNLOCKING THE SECRETS OF THE CONNECTED CUSTOMER
“The Future of Now: Always On, Always Connected”
Communication technology unites us, relays news equally with opinion, transports us to worldwide events, and shrinks distances between our relationships. We’re tuning into events that we’ve never before been able to access and witnessing other people’s experiences unfold in real-time.
Our communications paradigm has shifted, and with it, our interactions within our immediate environments have evolved.” – Social Media Week 2016
Customers are connected – to everything! They are connected to each other, their common interest groups, businesses, service providers, celebrities & more.
They are connected by devices and are driving the marketplace.
The way they connect, behave and communicate online is not the same as they have done historically. They trust economy is strong and referrals are personal endorsements.
The line between B2C and B2B is blurring and will soon be gone.
Businesses must understand how the customer connects, behaves & communicates online.
We look forward to seeing you there!