This event is hosted by the Women Embracing Business, Brisbane Meetup group – a professional networking group designed for women ran by Terri Tonkin in Eatons Hill.
Due to the current restrictions placed on hospitality venues, this July event will be hosted via Zoom conferencing.
Kirsty Fields, Creative Director from Social Ocean is always striving to work smarter – not harder.
In the world of social media where some thing new happens weekly, updates happen whilst we sleep and there’s a sense that you can rarely get on top of everything, it’s important to create processes to future-proof the time you spend on learning.
Social Media causing stress is one of the most common discussion points with my clients.
We want to strive towards the point where your marketing or marketing strategies becomes part of your decision making process to reduce the time you need to spend pondering what to talk about online.
Kirsty’s ethos of working smarter – not harder, will be of interest to those needing to show up in their business – as a micro-business owner, solopreneur and passionate team of 1 in particular – whilst servicing their current clients and needing to attract new ones.
Three points she will discuss are:
•Focus your time on key topics
•Leveraging Content online
•What patch producing content means
Where: 6:30pm via Zoom Video Conferencing
Book into the next Women Embracing Business, Brisbane Meetup event here.
Registration is required to receive the private Zoom link for the event. Not already a member of the Meetup group or the Facebook group but want to be? Reach out to us via our Social Ocean Facebook page or LinkedIn and we’ll put you in touch with Terri Tonkin (organiser).
Kirsty has been allowed to be creative and excessive in industries you’d least expect it, in particular rugby league, education and libraries over the last 21 years.
Since the revolution of promotion via social media within the workplace, she has learnt to harness digital platforms to assist her in creating customised events from intimate VIP gatherings to product launches to huge charity events and interstate tour groups.
Describing what it felt like to manage 60 separate social identities including those of celebrities and people of influence as the most stressful period of her career; she now utilises the coping strategies she created to get her through that period, to educate, encourage and motivate micro-business owners to cope with and find success amongst the ever-increasing demands of marketing and promotions in an overcrowded digital environment.
Launching Social Ocean her events and social-media focused marketing agency at the beginning of 2017, Kirsty has worked with over 60 businesses and hundreds of individuals teaching a variety of social media platforms, content marketing and event planning.
She is passionate about education and advancement of women starting businesses later in life in particular. And currently describes her role as a cheerleader of business in the community as a chance to uncover opportunities for clients that give them a voice and platform to stand out from the crowd. And it’s those moments of excitement that get her out of bed each day.