Featuring Gayle Alexander, Video Virtual Assistant & Founder AVA Alexander Virtual Assistance

Date: Tuesday 7 June 2022
Time: 10:00 am to 11:00 am
Event Fee: £5.00 (plus small Eventbrite fee)
Registration: REQUIRED Via Eventbrite (*Must register by 6 June at 5:00pm)

Join us on 7th June for a Zoom learning presentation on why you should be using video for your business. Gayle Alexander, Video Virtual Assistant & Founder AVA Alexander Virtual Assistance will provide an overview of the types of video content you could be creating, where you could be using it and how to film, edit and resize for different platforms.

Gayle will take a look at what tools and software you can use. She will focus on the basics to the more advanced. She will advise on good alternatives to help you create great engaging video content that will raise your brand and business profile. This will be followed by a short Q&A.

GAYLE ALEXANDER, Video Virtual Assistant & Founder AVA Alexander Virtual Assistance, Co-Director of the VA Heroes NI, Co-chair of Lean In Belfast.

Gayle started AVA Alexander Virtual Assistance in 2017 after redundancy and voluntary work in 2016. Supporting small businesses and female entrepreneurs with social media marketing, specialising in Video production in 2018, Gayle has successfully career pivoted and was selected as a VA Voice, Star award nominee 2019 and UK Small Business 100 2021.

Gayle works to raise the visibility of businesses through filming, editing and teaching, and has worked with coaches, recruitment firms, artists, sports clubs, small business owners and corporate events. Filming everything from food manufacturing to International rugby sports stars.

Mum of two boys, Drone Pilot, supporter of Diversity, Equality & Inclusion, co-chair of Lean In Belfast and UK Small Biz 100 2021, Gayle works with carefully selected clients to raise their business visibility, profile and industry authority. To learn more, please visit: Gayle (Smythe) Alexander on LinkedIn or

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