Linkedin: the social network that's all business

5.30 - 8.30PM - Wed 24th Jan 2018 @ QUAD DERBY

How to Use LinkedIn for Business is a question many people have. With more than 225 million business people signed up and over 12 million members in the UK alone and rising, LinkedIn is now the world’s number one business networking platform, but very few people know how to utilise this powerful tool properly.

Andrew Davis from ‘Thinking Outside The Blog’ will look at LinkedIn’s role within Social Media, Positioning you and your business and how to make the most out of your network.

Status Social director Mark Saxby will tell you what to look out for on social media in 2018 as well as giving you tips which will help your business achieve social media success in the coming months.

If you want to properly take advantage of LinkedIn to build your brand, land new business and increase your profit potential, join us find out how.

Speaker bios

Andrew_7758_300dpi_high-res.jpgAndrew Davis is renowned for helping organisations transform their new business development and client relation’s activities.  As one of the UK’s most prolific and sought-after digital marketing trainers, keynote speakers and consultants, Andrew’s has applied his unique approach to clients in multiple sectors.

Andrew has trained and helped many prominent corporate names with their digital skills, including KPMG, Shelter, Ogilvy, Saatchi & Saatchi, Barnados, o2 and the UK Government’s Innovate UK. Andrew also sat on the Ofcom Advisory Committee for England between 2012 and 2016.

Andrews digital career spans over 16 years. After working as a chatroom moderator on Pop Idol and Liverpool Football Club, Andrew served as producer for the digital station BBC Radio 1Xtra. He then went on to be a Manager for Myspace.com, where he helped launch its UK Marketing and Content division before he started training and consulting.

Mark Saxby.jpgMark Saxby is a former award-winning BBC news editor who became one of the founders of an award-winning social media agency. Mark has worked with organisations such as Vision Express, Booker, East Midlands Trains and Marriot Hotels on their social media. He once disguised himself as a Moldovan in order to appear on TV at the Eurovision Song Contest and runs an international campaign group against quiche.