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Members Training Programme – How to use Brentwood Open Facebook group to grow your business

Online workshop

Join local media consultant Villene Hyam to learn about to how use the local Brentwood Open Facebook group to help to grow your business.

If you feel like the Facebook algorithm isn’t on your side right now, you’ll want to sign up to our online training session with Brentwood-based social media consultant Villene Hyam. On Wednesday 22 May, Villene will deliver training on how to grow your business through the successful Brentwood Open Facebook group, which is supported by Brentwood Connected (the new Business Improvement District across Brentwood, Shenfield and Ingatestone).

Villene is passionate about supporting local and, on a daily basis, she works with Brentwood businesses and organisations on their social media, helps to run the Brentwood Open Facebook group and manages a number of popular events in the borough. We’re pleased to be able to share her expertise for the third time with our members looking for ways to reach local customers and clients through social media.

With more than 17,000 members, Brentwood Open has become the go-to Facebook group for local people asking for recommendations. Whether you’re a cleaning business, a cake maker, pet-sitter, or a plumber, this is an extremely active group and it’s highly likely your customers are spending time using it. With organic reach on Facebook being harder to achieve than ever, this is an opportunity to hear from someone who can share ways to engage these potential customers.

June Business Breakfast

Marygreen Manor Hotel London Road, Brentwood, Essex, United Kingdom

Brentwood Chamber of Commerce Business Breakfast Meetings continue in 2024 at the Marygreen Manor. These meetings are an excellent opportunity to meet your fellow members , increase connections, build collaborations but most importantly to support each other.

Customer Service Excellence – Members’ training programme

Online , United Kingdom

In an increasingly competitive business world often the differential is the quality of the customer service. In order to fully satisfy our customer's needs we need to understand exactly what they want - not just what we think they want. What makes this challenging is the fact that every customer wants something different!