Instagram for Business Latest Trends by Kasia

This webinar will cover how the use of Instagram has changed in this past year. We will explore the latest trends and updates, and how you can use them to increase your brand visibility and create lasting relationships with new customers to grow your business.

This workshop is brought to you by Business Station and AusIndustry under the Digital Solutions Program.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Kasia McNaught is a passionate digital marketing and communications consultant with over 15 years of experience working with businesses across digital, traditional and outdoor media.

Kasia is a proud small business owner and founded McNaught Media in 2016, a boutique digital marketing consultancy specialising in social media marketing, content creation and public relations.

She has consulted with hundreds of business owners to help them improve their online presence through organic and paid marketing strategies.
Qualifications: Bachelor of Arts, UWA 2006

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About Digital Solutions – Australian Small Business Advisory Services
Digital Solutions is one of the most generously supported digital transformation programs for small business by the Commonwealth Government. This iteration of the program has been run by Business Station in QLD, WA and NT for three years and has had a significant positive impact on the small business community.

This event will give you the chance to learn about the details of the program, whatโ€™s on offer and who can access the free or highly subsidised support, training and resources! Perhaps you will find them beneficial for yourselves, your network or your clients.

To better understand whatโ€™s on offer, we will encourage each attendee to register themselves to the program before the event, or otherwise by attending this workshop, you will be registered.

Important โ€“ Participating businesses must be aware that this information will be provided to the Commonwealth Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources for program evaluation and reporting purposes; and businesses may be approached by a representative from the Department to complete a survey on the services provided.