Instagram for Tourism Businesses
Type: Business Growth
Venue: Leicester Food Park, Unit 28 The Management Hub, High View Close, Leicester, LE4 9LJ, Leicestershire
Date: Tuesday, 12 March 2019
Time: 1:00pm - 4:30pm
Member Price: FREE
Non-Member Price: FREE
Are you missing potential customers because you’re not using Instagram or utilising it properly? Find out how to set up an account and to build a strong brand that sells.
Instagram has been hailed as the best platform on which to build your brand, however small your business is. Owned by Facebook, the platform is rapidly changing and adding new features that can make a huge difference to the profile of your business. Understanding how best to use it for success that is cost-effective and doesn’t waste time is crucial for all tourism sector businesses.
This workshop is ideal for those of you wanting to attract a wider range of audience types to your business and wanting to grow your overall marketing audience. It is also perfect for those of you who are keen to stand out from the crowd, build your brand and use images to tell your story. This will help you build confidence, avoid wasted time and includes:
- how to set up an Instagram account that is optimised and works with your other platforms
- what images and video will say about your business
- how to post on Instagram to build your customer base
- ways to convert your audience into paying customers
- using advertising on Instagram
- how to create a marketing plan to include Instagram
- how to sell without selling hard.
13:00 Arrival and refreshments
13:30 Instagram Session
16:30 End session
If you have any special requirements, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 0121 285 3800.
Support under the Collaborate Support for Tourism Businesses Programme provided by Winning Moves and Leicestershire Promotions is only available to Leicestershire based tourism SMEs and therefore Collaborate Support for Tourism Businesses Programme have the right to cancel events at anytime if we do not receive sufficient quantities of Leicestershire businesses attending.