Jodie and members of her social media agency’s team have spoken about topics related to social media to a wide range of audiences.

Speaking engagements include:

  • Podcasts and topical webinars
  • Television and radio discussion shows
  • Panel participation and keynote speeches
  • Social media training, including on specific areas

 

Social media speaking

British Athletics

Jodie was hired to train the GB Paralympic athletics team in social media best practice, addressing topics such as privacy and personal branding as well as how to attract (and retain) sponsors.

The AAT

Delivering a talk on social media to the Association of Accounting Technicians meant speaking about detailed functions of LinkedIn and how the delegates could find and approach new clients. This kind of talk is perfect for membership organisations and delegates from the same industry so the topics and examples can be tailored for maximum use and impact.

Universities

Being a young entrepreneur and social media expert, Jodie has addressed students at a number of universities discussing the difference between social media in a personal and professional capacity. Providing students with real-life experience in managing the presences of brands over social media provides real value for students who are studying social media as part of their marketing or business studies degrees.

National Franchise Exhibition

This event was held at the NEC and Jodie’s seminar showed franchisees from a range of businesses how you use social media as a funnel for sales and leads. Social media speakers are increasingly popular at industry events, helping delegates better understand where they could capitalise on social media marketing.

Enterprise Nation

Jodie hosted Enterprise Nation’s member masterclass on how to use Twitter and LinkedIn for lead-generation.

 

Jodie and her team of social media specialists speak regularly on social media, at live events and on podcasts and webinars, and have delivered talks to groups from 20 to 1000 delegates.

 

To book Jodie or her team, get in touch here.