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Is It TikTok Time for Your Business?

Tuesday 30 January 2024 09:30 - 11:30

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Is It TikTok Time for Your Business?

Tuesday 30 January, 09.30am (02 hours) - Online

TikTok isn’t for everyone, because it’s extremely time consuming and can be expensive. So rather than just setting one up, why not come and explore the platform first to explore if it’s the right approach for your organisation? It might just be a couple of hours you thank us for later!  

During this FREE session, we'll demystify TikTok, delve into its unique "trends," and help you determine whether it's the right time for your business to embrace this powerful platform. 

Don't miss this opportunity to make an informed decision about TikTok's potential for your business. 

Who is this workshop for?

Business owners looking to review TikTok to see if it is useful to their overall marketing strategy. 

Staff working in social media looking to add TikTok to their social media campaigns with no prior knowledge. 

Photo Consent
Please note, to promote the work of the Council we wish to use photographs or images of people using or benefiting from our services or taking part in activities arranged by the Council.  Photographs will be taken during this session to promote this workshop and the support offered by the Invest East Riding Service of East Riding of Yorkshire Council.  
These images will be used in social media, in printed and electronic promotion of our service and events.  The images will be stored electronically on Council networks and will be reviewed annually.
Under the Data Protection Act 2018 / UK GDPR 2018, we require your consent to use your personal image for this purpose.  If you do not wish to consent, please advise your Business Support Representative before the session starts.
These images will NOT be used for anything which may be viewed as negative in tone or that may cause offence, embarrassment or distress.
Images may also be used to validate that the session / support took place under our UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF) requirements.  These images will not be available to the general public but will be retained until at least 2035.