SHE means business - lunch & learn

Date:
08 Nov 2017 12:30
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14:00

Our next event is on Wednesday 8th November 2017 and we are very excited to have June Cory of My Mustard guest speaking.

June Cory

Anyone who has met June knows that she is ‘a little bit enthusiastic’ about how important Google is to your business and is happy to talk to anyone who will listen.Not just AdWords....she loves Gmail, Chrome, Analytics, Grants, Drive, Google+ etc.

Her fast paced, 30 minute whistle stop tour of the behemoth (18 points in Scrabble) that is Google, includes a few dozen simple tips to help you get seen online. She drinks a lot of coffee and is attempting to set a new land speed record for talking.

Supporting Hertfordshire Entrepreneurs 
SHE means business is a bi-monthly ​lunch & learn event to support female entrepreneurs in Hertfordshire. Helping you to connect with others and learn something new

Each event offers a relaxed and informal environment to hear from an expert speaker whilst enjoying a healthy lunch ​and an opportunity to make new contacts. ​

There is also a limited offer for you to book a free 30 minute advice session with one of our friendly experts before or after the lunch if you have any questions or worries about tax, accounts or payroll. 

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For more information please contact Kirsten Byers on 01923 634 252 or email kirsten.byers@hhllp.co.uk

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