Event: Servcorp Business Shorts

- August 22, 2012 2 MIN READ


Guest Speaker: Sam Shetty – Netregistry, GM Online Marketing 

If you’re up for a FREE night of learning, networking, canapés & drinks then you’ll love this Business Shorts event in the CBD. Bring your cards and meet other business owners, entrepreneurs and professionals in a relaxed environment. Come along and expand your network!

Date: Wednesday 5th September 2012

Location: Servcorp, Level 57 MLC Centre, 19-29 Martin Place, Sydney

Time: Networking, drinks & canapés at 5:30pm. Presentation at 6.00pm

Speaker: Sam Shetty – Netregistry

TOPIC: What’s involved in Online Marketing

If you are ready to transform and expand your business, you will love this event.

You’re invited to come along to a Servcorp Business Briefing with Sam Shetty – Netregistry, where you’ll get more ideas on how you can improve your online marketing.

Every business understands the importance of the phone directory. Online, this role is taken overby the search engines, such as Google and Yahoo! In order for your business to survive in this growing digital society there are many important considerations that need to be properly thought out when it comes to marketing your business.

In this Business Shorts, Sam Shetty will briefly cover the principles of online marketing and 5 key steps to consider when putting an online marketing strategy together. You will hopefully walk away with a better understanding of the importance of online marketing and why you can’t ignore it.

Book your Free Tickets Here!

About the speaker

Sam has has a strong career as an online start-up consultant for some of the country’s most successful SMBs. Sam’s passion is how technology can create a better customer experience, whilst helping businesses grow in the process! Currently the General Manager of Online Marketing at Netregistry, Sam has helped many Netregistry small business customers take their business online and grow it. Sam is a regular in the small business scene, hosting a range of seminars, educating small business owenrs in a jargon-free environment.