Contact Details | Skip Links | Site Map | Privacy & Cookies

You are here: Home > Business and Enterprise > Events > Events Archive > Event not found

Brunch Bytes: Next Steps in Social Media

Dr Paul Coulton, School of Computing and Communications, Lancaster University

Thursday 07 April 2011, 1000-1300

The third Lancaster briefing in our new series of "Brunch Bytes". #bbytes

Social media is evolving constantly, with new and exciting ways to engage with potential customers at your fingertips. But think beyond your average social media campaign-there are countless interactive tools available, don't get stuck using those most commonplace.

Be among the first to adopt new approaches and embrace emerging technologies to stay ahead of this dynamic and fast paced industry. This workshop will give you insight into future uses of social media by both providers and users and will consider the different options available.

Why attend and what will you get out of it?

  • Learn what the future of social media looks like
  • Discover additional potential approaches to social media
  • Uncover ways to exploit social media within your business
  • Become aware of market trends and plan ahead to stay on top of the game
  • Quiz an industry expert on your areas of interest or concern

NB. To be eligible to attend this free event you should be from a northwest SME from the digital and creative sector.

Brunch Bytes

Brunch Bytes is a series of briefings rather than stand alone events. It is designed to allow delegates to register for a programme of four briefings over the next two years (from a choice of 8-10). This is a free scheme which will run until the end of 2012, enabling delegates to choose topics which are appropriate to their business.

The briefings will be run on a quarterly basis with 2 series running in tandem at Lancaster University and Daresbury Science and Innovation Campus.

ISTEP at InfoLab21

Support for Business

This event is supported by InfoLab21 as part of ISTEP's regional events programme.


ISTEP is a project designed to indentify and support interactions between the North West's Digital and Creative industries and InfoLab21's School of Computing and Communications, directly helping businesses to collaborate with the 270+ strong research community at InfoLab21.

ISTEP is delivered under the "Innovation, Advice and Guidance" product, part of the Government's Solutions for Business portfolio, a highly targeted, publically funded suit of products and services offering solutions to real business needs.


Register for Brunch Bytes - Next Steps in Social Media (Lancaster)on Eventbrite

For more information and to regsiter please go to the link below or the button on the right.