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Monday September 30, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM BST including networking lunch
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Google Campus 
4-5 Bonhill St
London EC2A 4BX
United Kingdom

Driving Directions  Nearest tube: Old Street


Supported by Capital Enterprise

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Venue Sponsor: Google Campus

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What previous attendees say

"Really useful. I now have a great to-do list for my business!"

"I wanted to know more about using cloud-based resources, and this workshop has given me the confidence to do so."

"It's great to ask questions about how I can make these tools work for me. Very helpful."

"Highly recommended! Great for small business owners who want to grow and expand."

IT'S BACK! Grow Your Business with Virtual Teams & Tools

Grow you business with virtual teams and tools - register below

Back by popular demand! We're running a repeat session of this great event, so if you missed out last time, join us at GOOGLE CAMPUS to learn about running your business with virtual teams & tools.

When you’re running your business, it’s hard to find time to really grow it, because you’re so busy just getting through what you have to do each day. Sound familiar? All small business owners struggle to find time to work on their business because they’re working in it. So, what can you do?

Using virtual teams and tools can help you free up your valuable time and let you plan for the growth you’d like to see.

And we’ve got just the virtual teams and tools to help you. This half day session will be full of practical advice on:
  • People: You may need to find some temporary help for that project you’re trying to finish. Or you have some regular tasks that need to be done. Hiring a freelancer could be the solution and Hayley Conick of Elance will help you understand what that means for your business.
  • Marketing: You need to promote your business, but you don’t need a big marketing budget to do that. Email marketing and social media provide small business owners with a great, low-cost, way to get new customers and keep them. Tamsin Fox-Davies of Constant Contact will tell you the secrets you need to know to make these powerful tools work for you.
  • Money: You don’t have a business unless you can keep money coming in. It’s such an important part of running your own business and maybe the scariest. With so many regulations, money-management can be a minefield. Matt Perkins from FreeAgent will tell you what you need to know to make sure your business doesn’t get caught out, whilst keeping the cash coming in!

So, free up some of your time by spending a little of it with us. We’ll show you how you can make the best use of virtual teams and tools to give your business a boost.

Places will fill up fast, so make sure you get yours - register today!


EXTRA! Networking lunch with your speakers.

Join us before the workshop at 12noon for a light lunch on us AND have the chance to chat to your fellow attendees and presenters. Just let us know if you'd like to join us.

About your presenters

Tamsin Fox-Davies, Constant Contact

Tamsin is a well-known small business marketing mentor, delivering training and advice to SMBs in the UK and Europe. Tamsin’s practical, yet entertaining, delivery gives attendees the confidence to put the strategies they learn into practice straightaway.

Hayley Conick, Elance

Hayley Conick

Country Manager for Elance, Hayley was a founding member of (backed by Michael Birch and Theo Paphitis) and knows all about riding the start-up roller coaster. She is a start-up specialist, digital strategist and Oxygen Accelerator mentor. Hayley is also part of Lord Young’s E-commerce Task Force.

Matt Perkins, FreeAgent

Matt Perkins

Matt has significant experience in retail and manufacturing sectors as well as running his own distribution business. Having been an advisor at Business Link and working with SMEs at PayPal UK, Matt has always been involved in assisting freelancers and small businesses to realise their potential.

In Matt’s view – ‘Like it or not, good accounting processes and practices form the very heart of any business and a positive attitude to financial management is key to success.'