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Infographic: Tech-savvy business women want more training #Twitter4Women

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We know Twitter is an incredibly powerful tool but our survey of 108 aspiring entrepreneurs, business owners and professionals from the Connected Women community showed many don’t use it effectively.

Out of those surveyed 61% said they were interested in social media for business, 67% said they wanted to grow their online presence, 72% to grow their client base, and yet only 45% were using Twitter!

It’s with these stats in mind we want to create more awareness of the benefits of Twitter for business and we have partnered with Twitter to run #Twitter4Women, a training program to support growth and development within the female business and startup ecosystem.

The partnership is the second programme under our Connected Women initiative, following last year’s successful Powering Women in Business #PWIB13 event which was focused on cloud and productivity.

The first #Twitter4Women workshop will be held on May 7th, kicking off with a #Meet&Tweet social for participants on April 10th . #Twitter4Women will be centered around the Connected Women theme ‘community, entrepreneurship and technology’ and will bring top digital strategists, business experts and tech influencers to deliver the most relevant content to entrepreneurs and executives.

There are only 50 seats available for the first event so register your interest now! Places will be offered in order of registration.

Join the conversation! #Twitter4Women

Thanks to Intuit and Brew Creative for teaming up to create this awesome infographic:
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Amanda Blum

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Amanda Blum manages content and ops at The Athena Network Singapore. Amanda started her Athena journey at The Athena Network’s headquarters in the UK, designing and managing operational systems throughout the region. She comes from a background in data analysis and workflow automation after transitioning from life as an Anthropologist in the USA. A person addicted to generating ideas and finding better, more efficient ways of doing things within a greater cultural context, Amanda’s interest lies in processes and behavioral trends – and how these things affect the human experience and society – from business and technology to communication, culture, sustainability and community. Connect with Amanda online and via LinkedIn.

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