Show 16: Social Media relationships work off-line

London BloggersCreate new business by taking on-line meetings off-line

Ed Goodman of Cambridge Business Lounge and Andy Bargery of Klaxon Marketing give two examples of people meeting through social media who take their relationships off line to meet face-to-face and create new opportunities for learning and business.

Listen to Ed talking about how the Twitter meeting #CambsHour gave him the idea to invite the participants to the Cambridge Business Lounge to meet and take part in a whole day of free talks in #CambsHourDay

Andy Bargery has been one of the hosts of London Bloggers MeetUp for over six years with nearly 2,000 bloggers. They meet monthly to share wine and beer and ideas and tips. Andy talks to Eric Swain  about where blogging sits in content marketing.
Andy Bargery


Follow Ed on Twitter @EdAGoodman and Andy @AndyBargery

Find out more about Ed and Andy here: 

Andy Bargery Andy Bargery

I am a marketer and agency director with over 12 years experience, primarily in the technology, construction and event sectors. I provide strategic consultancy and tactical execution services, whether our clients need marketing strategy and communications, lead generation, account management or general business advice.
In recent years some of my achievements include:

* Producing over 50 marketing events for a leading tech brand generating million dollar sales pipelines
* Consulting on blog strategy and running blogger engagement for brands such as, eBay and BestBuy
* Managing the social media channels (facebook, twitter, blog) for
* Enabling 100% sales growth for a construction services client
* Launching a client’s brand and supporting online presence
* Advising a tech startup how to market into the marketing, PR and advertising sector

You can contact me on +44 (0)20 7193 6627 or reach me via Linkedin or twitter (@andybargery)

Specialties: Marketing strategy and communications, social media strategy and marketing, event marketing, speaking opportunities, personal and corporate blogging, blogger engagement, event management, web design, communications planning and internet marketing.

Ed Goodman Ed Goodman

I’m the owner of the Cambridge Business Lounge which is an exciting new Co working Space and Business Support Centre in the heart of the city. We pro actively encourage collaborative working in a professional yet relaxed environment, and offer a wide range or services and host a number of events aimed at providing complete business and start-up support..

There is an onsite Training Centre with a number of meeting rooms and training roomswhich can be hired by the hour or day, as well as a Virtual Office service. We also provide Business Support/Virtual Assistant services such a writing a Press Release, Blog Writing or General Administrative support.

For over 10 years I’ve trained and supported over 10,000 Start-Ups and Small Businesses to help them gain vital new skills and support business owners to achieve their goals. The topics I’ve trained on include Business Planning, Social Media Marketing and much more. I’ve also worked with larger companies designing and delivering training projects to improve internal performance.

The facilitation of my work has covered everything from one-to-one sessions to group workshops, and have also delivered key note presentation and training sessions at large scales seminars and exhibitions including Earls Court, ExCel London and The National Space Centre amongst others.

Please feel free to ask me any questions about my work. In the meantime, thank you for your interest and have a great day.

Specialties: Training, Coaching, Professional Development, Performance Coach, L&D, Presentation Delivery, Google AdWords Accredited Professional, Microsoft Advertising Accredited Professional, CIPD Certified Trainer, Small Business, Coworking

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