Web 2.0 for small business

Heard of Web 2.0 but don’t really get it? If you run a business, you can’t afford to not know.

With the advent of social media, the increased uptake of broadband worldwide and the growing choice of communication tools, we are presently in a changed marketing environment.

Xero, along with interactive creative agency Marker, invites you to attend a breakfast to examine this new participatory era and the impact for New Zealand businesses like yours.

Join Rod Drury (Xero) and Jon Beattie (Marker) to learn more about what you could be doing on the web.

Event details:

What:
Xero and Marker – Web 2.0 for small business
When:
7:30 am Friday 16 November
Where:
Xero, Level 1, Old Bank, 98 Customhouse Quay, Wellington.
More info:
Lucy Hempseed lucy.hempseed@xero.com or phone: (04) 819 4837 by Wednesday 14 November

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