Join the Facebook team in Dublin, on the first stop of our 2016 European Tour, for a day of learning and inspiration that will help you to grow your business.
More than 50 million businesses around the world have a presence on Facebook, allowing them to reach the 1.5 billion people who visit us daily to share and connect with the people, places and local businesses that matter to them.
In Ireland, more than 2.5 million people use Facebook to do just that.
During a programme of events lead by business journalist Richard Curran of RTE’s The Business and Dragon’s Den, you will learn from other businesses who have leveraged digital solutions like Facebook to connect with new customers, grow awareness of their brand, drive new sales and see their business flourish. #fbboost
- Insights into consumer trends and the rise of video.
- How to build your brand in a mobile world.
- Advice on how to drive sales both online and in-store with Facebook and Instagram.
- Breakout workshops and one-to-one sessions with Facebook representatives.
- Best practice tips and advice from business owners sharing their stories of success.
8:00am – 9:00am:
Registration, light refreshments & open floor activities
Growing your business with Facebook
Customer Panel and Q&A: Hear from businesses who are growing with Facebook
Networking, 1:1 Consultations and Facebook & Instagram Workshops
The Royal Hospital Kilmainham,
10 minute drive from city centre, situated between Heuston Railway Station, the iconic Kilmainham Gaol and the world famous Guinness Brewery. It is minutes from the M50 motorway and easy to get to from the airport. There is unlimited free car parking.
Five minute walk from Heuston Station; from Connolly and Tara Street Stations by 90 bus to Heuston Station. By Luas: Red line to Heuston Station, five minute walk to Museum entrance on Military Road.
About Facebook for Business
At Facebook, our mission is to give people the power to share and to make the world more open and connected. That includes helping people connect with the businesses they care about. That’s why Facebook is committed to helping SMEs understand the tools available for them to grow their business.
There are 50 million small businesses using Facebook to connect with customers, and in 2014 Facebook enabled $227 billion of economic impact and 4.5 million jobs globally.**
** Facebook’s global economic impact. Deloitte, January 2015
31 March 2016 | The Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin