Have you been meaning to make time to explore the latest software and tech available for business owners but never quite gotten around to it?
Maybe you're conscious that you're probably not making the best use of the latest digital tools available or perhaps you’re not sure about the best ways to go about comparing and working out the best ones to use?
If you'd like to be introduced to some excellent tools, software and strategies to boost your business and to help it grow, this is the workshop for you!
Join Kay, the author of the technology and productivity bible for entrepreneurs, Entrepreneurial Espresso, as she walks you step-by-step through some game changing opportunities to work smart and level up in your business life.
There are some excellent tools available to help you work more efficiently and save you time and energy. Kay will be focusing on the following digital tech and tools:
- To support your business operations and coordination
- To increase personal/team productivity
- To aid marketing, and to support marketing strategies
There will also be plenty of time to ask questions, so please bring your business software challenges and queries along to the session with you!
About your speaker
Kay Kukoyi CSM FITOL is a software delivery specialist, global tech start-up mentor, award-winning entrepreneur and speaker. She has written five books for entrepreneurs and SMEs, and has been recognised on the #IB100, the Financial Times and Inclusive Boards list of the 100 Most Influential BAME Leaders in the UK Technology Sector.
Kay is the CEO and Founder of Purposeful Group, an international community and centre for learning focused on entrepreneurship, technology and digital skills training. The company supports and empowers career starters and builders as well as digital upskillers, and supports entrepreneurs around the world through its bestselling books, professional mentoring and specialist workshops and programmes.
After the webinar:
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