Extend your skills and keep learning. What’s not to like?
This workshop on Friday 25 Jan, from 10h to 11h30, had been on my radar for a while.
It’s held at Space at 61 in Nunhead, south London, a small-business hub and venue run by marketeer Shona Chambers.
After all, collaboration with other business owners comes in all shapes and sizes.
Perhaps you too have used Pinterest for research, from a home renovation project to storage solutions.
Posting content on Pinterest? That’s an unknown to me, so I’m keen to find out more.
Space at 61, about a 15-minute walk from Honor Oak Park station, hosts everything from small-business workshops to pop-up dining events and children’s dance classes.
The venue is owned and run by Shona, whose career in insight and marketing includes posts at media company CBS and insurer Axa.
A couple of months back I attended the First Friday networking event at Space at 61.
Local micro-magazine publisher Angela Burgess talked about building up SE Magazines over the past 15 years.
To declare an interest: I now advertise in SE22, a magazine covering Dulwich in south London. It’s one of SE Magazines’ titles.
I also write a monthly column in the magazine about digital skills. The Feb 2019 column focuses on company anniversaries, and is a version of this blog:
(Thank you Stephen Shillito for the advert and column’s graphic design.
I know Angela, Stephen and Sarah Gilfillan of Sartoria Lab from the network Cooking with Scissors, which meets in East Dulwich.)
(Images by pixel2013, PhotoMIX-Company, Free-Photos & monicore on Pixabay.)