We are delighted to announce that as part of the Growing Digital Economy Programme with Derry City and Strabane District Council we can deliver this Marketing online workshop.
With Naomh McElhatton of Rua Digital
Naomh is founder of Rua Digital, with an established career approaching 10 years in contract negotiation, procurement and sales management. Naomh has sold various media products including print media and radio in various destinations including New York, London and Dublin. Responding to the explosive growth in the UK online advertising market and recognising the power of the internet to connect potential sellers with potential buyers, Naomh created DANI to help advertisers access the Northern Ireland online marketplace. Being voted one of NI’s Top 40 under 40 in 2011, Naomh was invited to act as the ICT / Social Media mentor in association with various enterprise centres, is now an associate lecturer at the University of Ulster and is a STEM Ambassador with the Stemnet Network. Naomh’s key strengths include online advertising, social media strategy, customer attraction & retention, site optimisation, e-marketing, online campaign reporting & analytics.
Women in Enterprise members within the Derry City and Strabane District Council area will be able to discuss their immediate needs and may, subject to application and availability, be able to register for mentoring support for using ‘digital’ to grow they business. This is available to both Digtal AND Non-Digital Business types. So whether you are a hairdresser, CEO of a multinational co, or a consultant… you can use ‘digital’ means to grow your business!!
The Growing the Digital Economy programme aims to accelerate the growth of the digital economy sector in the Derry City and Strabane District areas.
Providing a range of specialist mentoring, training and business development initiatives for companies whose core business is digital, it will also offer digital literacy support and one-to-one mentoring for companies whose core business is not digital but who could achieve significant growth by increasing their digital capability.
The programme is designed to contribute to the Growing the Digital Economy Strategy. It is part-financed by Invest Northern Ireland and the European Development Fund (ERDF) under the European Sustainable Competitiveness Programme for Northern Ireland. The programme will run until 30 June 2015.