Date and time

Thu, 29 Feb 2024 10:00 – 12:00 GMT


The Business Terrace

King Street Maidstone ME15 6JQ

The Business Terrace & Maidstone Borough Council has partnered with Business Tree Consultancy to bring this FREE workshop to Maidstone on promoting your business through LinkedIn.

LinkedIn is a powerful social media marketing channel that is used by B2B companies for marketing their businesses. Thus, curating content for LinkedIn is not an easy task. You have to think more strategically as to what you want to share on LinkedIn to stand out. How you present yourself through the content you share has a big impact on your business and personal brand, so it’s important that you don’t just throw stuff up on your profile.

During this interactive workshop, you will learn how to create a content plan to save time and overwhelm and create visually engaging social media posts that convey your brand through image, articles, newsletters, carousels and video.

Jen will also be sharing new Linkedin updates and best practices as well as her tips and golden nuggets from her 10 years experience as a Linkedin trainer and marketing consultant.

​Jen has kindly offered a complimentary Mini Linkedin Health check for all attendees.

Parking available nearby in The Mall

Free light refreshments provided

Testimonials below:

“I have attended a few workshops recently about using LinkedIn but Jen’s stood out because it was not just the usual recommendations (which most of us know already). Instead she actually tailored her presentation to what the group asked for and she gave lots of useful advice and suggestions on how to make our profiles stand out. It was an hour packed with great information and it really helped me. If you have the opportunity to attend one of her workshops I would highly recommend it.” E. Van Hout.


“It was great attending Jen’s LinkedIn workshop! I learned some valuable tips on how to create a strong LinkedIn profile and avoid common pitfalls. Jen was great at fostering discussions and creating an interactive environment.” H. Spence