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Digital Marketing – Information Evening and Workshop – Facebook for Business

Click here to register for the Facebook for Business Workshop, Saturday 12th April

The Ballybane Enterprise Centre will host an evening seminar, free of charge on Thursday 3rd April, on Digital Marketing, with particular emphasis on Facebook for Business.

The seminar will provide a broad outline of the concept of Digital Marketing , debunking the jargon, with a particular emphasis on how businesses can positively impact their performance by engaging with customers through social networking.

This evening session will be a precursor to a full day workshop on Saturday April 12th . The full day programme will provide a more in-depth and comprehensive knowledge of Facebook for Business and the opportunities and resources which can be deployed.

The evening seminar & workshop will be delivered by Pete Kelly of 15 Eleven Communications and Gary Mullin of Ion Connect. Gary and Pete have developed a series of workshops to illustrate, particularly to small business, how the medium of social media can best be employed in a cost effective fashion.

Pete Kelly is founder of 15 Eleven Communications with over 30 years’ experience in a variety of management, training and advisory roles, predominantly with multi-national companies. He is a member of the Irish Institute of Training and Development.

Gary is the Co-Founder and Creative Director of ION Connect. He has completed a Masters in Strategic Marketing at J.E Cairnes School of Business and Economics NUIG and is an expert in all aspects of social media.

“There is an almost ‘mind-boggling’ set of options open to individuals and companies today when it comes to using social media to promote their business. “One size does not fit all – what the small, business needs are scalable affordable options”

Gary and I have crafted a series of workshops that we feel will cut through much of the complexity and allow the user to identify a set of tools that best suits their particular needs.” according to Pete Kelly.

15 Eleven Games Academy

Computer Games Design BootCamp

During EU Code Week, in November, 15 Eleven communications teamed up with the Galway Education centre, visiting a number of city primary schools to create an awareness about coding and sowing the seeds to encourage future generations of developers.

Blog imageAt 15 Eleven we are now taking it to the next level. During the mid-term break, commencing the 17th February we will be running a Games Design BootCamp in the Galway Education centre. We are collaborating with Troll Inc’s Darragh Lydon in delivering the weeklong event. Darragh is a games designer and programmer. Troll Inc are Derry based, four years in existence and they have developed the games  Jellyflug  , Finn Folktales  & Terramentals  to date.

Blog Image 2The 15 Eleven Games Academy BootCamp will focus on introducing the budding young games developer to the fundamentals of game design. Using the Unity 3D game development engine, the attendees will be taken through a programme from understanding the basic principles to developing a basic games for themselves.

Places on this programme are limited and so early booking is recommended.

Venue; Galway Education Centre,  Cluain Mhuire, Wellpark, Galway

Dates; Monday 17th February to Friday 21st February

Times; 9.30am to 1.30 each day

What to Bring; Laptop, lunch, your imagination.

Who should come? ‘early-mid teens’, 1st, 2nd, 3rd year  & Transition Year second level students

Register

Please download a booking form available on www.galwayec.ie and return it to the Galway Education along with the fee.

Fee: €75

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