Hanifa gives workshops from experience

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Small firms can find out how to make social media work for them from a local company’s story at Wednesday workshops laid on at Broad Street Business Centre.

Hanifa Dungarwalla, pictured, of West Pinchbeck-based Vin de Terre (www.GiftsOnline4U.com) will use her own experience of setting up the online retailing side of the business this year to show what works and what doesn’t.

Hanifa studied part-time while working in online retailing and has an MA in business administration specialising in social media marketing.

Both her social media workshops will run from 9.30 to 12.30am : Purely PInterest and YouTube Workshop on October 31 and Purely Facebook on November 14.

Previous social media workshops run on behalf of Spalding Networking have proved popular, with South Holland District Council deputy leader Nick Worth discussing his own experiences with social media as one of the guest speakers.

Spalding Networking is run by Christine Grocock and Sandy Newell. Find out more from: http://spaldingnetworking.com/