Comms trio talk tips at networking event

23rd March 2016

A trio of specialists will be revealing their top tips for effective communications at a breakfast networking event.

Up to 50 attendees are expected at the Get Your Message Heard event being staged at the Advanced Manufacturing Park on April 22 say organisers, Sheffield branded merchandise specialists Steel City. Kirsty Tagg, a business development executive with leadership trainers Dale Carnegie UK, will focus on ways to improve internal and external communication. Business development and communications consultant Jamie Veitch, who hosts his own radio show on Sheffield Live, will reveal effective ways to engage with prospective clients and how to follow up to ensure success. James Biggin, MD of Steel City, will demonstrate how promotional products can be used to support and enhance marketing campaigns. During the 8am-10.30am session attendees will be encouraged to share ideas and three suppliers will showcase the latest promotional products, ranging from desktop items to cutting-edge techno gadgets. Breakfast sandwiches and pastries will be provided by city caterers PJ Taste. Guests can register on Eventbrite (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/get-your-message-heard-tickets-22453329513)

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