Video focuses on more business for networkers
Release date: 29th August 2017
ebn (Effective Business Network) Elstree was recently treated to a presentation from Ben Burman, of Bold Mountain Media, who gave a fascinating insight into the world of short form video (sfv), and how this can be used as an essential tool for marketing a business on its website and all social media channels. Ben produced a short video for the Group entitled 'Why choose ebn?' This can be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DWC2BwsOMe8&feature=youtu.be.
The video not only highlights how relaxed and informal the ebn Groups are, it also showcases the beautiful surroundings our members get to enjoy.
In the video, you can hear first-hand the benefits that members have had from joining the ebn Elstree Group.
ebn member Sylvi Hussain, of Sylvi Hussain Coaching and Training, said: "It offers me a lot of support and information, and I've learnt so much.
"The people around the table are very generous with their experiences and what they share with the Group."
Group Director Nigel Codron, from ibd Business Advice Group, said: "We have grown very quickly and now have such varied business service related sectors.
"There is great energy in the room and we are looking for representatives of additional business categories to join us, such as solicitors, commercial estate agents, IT support service experts and recruitment specialists.
"We meet every other Wednesday at the Laura Ashley Hotel, and always welcome visitors to come and try out our Group.
"If you would like to come along, with no pressure to join, please contact me on email@example.com for more information."
ebn Managing Director Glenys Chatterley said: "ebn members not only build good contacts to help grow their businesses but also get regular, free advice from experts to help them meet their business needs.
"ebn Elstree is doing incredibly well, with members joining frequently. This, in turn, has brought together like-minded people who want to work together to attract new customers and boost their local economy."
Notes for Editors
Nigel Codron on 07977 129241
Glenys Chatterley on 07780 666726
Ben Burman on 0203 7275945