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Maryrose Lyons of Brightspark Consulting believes that social media isn’t rocket science. If you feel the same way, but still need advice on how to get a little extra spark in your communications, come along for an evening of behind-the-scenes insights from one of Ireland’s leading social media practitioners.

A fast-paced session that will reveal actionable takeaways, time saving tools and tips you can use immediately! Bring along your questions that you’ve always wanted to ask on:

  • The holy Trinity of Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn)
  • The growing players (Instagram, Pinterest)
  • Exciting new networks (Snapchat, Vine)

Delivered in Maryrose’s inimitable ‘tell it like it is’ style, you will learn loads with fresh examples from Ireland and beyond – you won’t find a single reference to Oreo and the Super Bowl on this evening!

About our mentor

Maryrose Lyons is the Founder of Brightspark Consulting, one of Ireland’s pioneering digital and social media companies. Founded in 2003, Brightspark has been at the cutting edge of social media as it has happened and has developed social media strategies for the likes of Tourism Ireland, Maxol, and The Helix, but more importantly has empowered a whole generation of business owners to handle social for themselves. Maryrose promises to share what she believes is the best way to do social media, today in Ireland, on a limited budget.

Where The Marker Hotel, Grand Canal Square, Dublin 2

When 5.30pm – 7.30pm Wednesday, May 13

Tickets here €45. Limited availability!

For more information call 01 271 9653 or email business@image.ie

*Seat gifts courtesy of Stella and Dot, VOYA and Propercorn*

Spotprizes from Loulerie jewellery

And, WIN lunch for you and four friends at the Cliff Townhouse, Dublin

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