We have teamed up with the good people at Third Sector Lab to bring you a great opportunity to get more from social media. Are you a Fife food producer, small business or artisan food company? Are you a Fife campaign group, community project or sustainable initiative? Do you want to help develop a better social media strategy?
If the answer is ‘YES’ to any of the above, come along to our Social Media Basics Training on Thursday, April 25 at the newly restored Glen Pavilion in Dunfermline.
As the crisis in processed food rumbles on – now is a great opportunity for small scale producers to take advantage and get clever with their online marketing and promotion – and for green groups to deliver their message of a better sustainable food alternative.
There’s a discount for Fife Diet members – but remember book now as this is likely to sell out.
Tea, coffee and cakes available.
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