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Starting your business Facebook page from scratch

  • Business Foundations Suite 103, 2 Cantoment St Fremantle, WA 6160 Australia (map)

Social media is a level playing field, it costs you nothing to get started so big and small businesses can get the same exposure. 

In this workshop you will learn:

  • Starting at your personal page, create your business page from scratch
  • Brand your page with a cover and profile photo
  • What to include in the company outline and navigation tabs
  • Finding your audience and how to connect from your business not your personal page
  • Ideas for posts and how to save time by scheduling
  • How to attach photos, videos and hyperlinks
  • An overview of the admin and settings functions


  • Must already have a Facebook personal page
  • Essential you bring along your laptop and mouse (tablets and mobile phones are not acceptable, the features/functions are not consistent for group training)
  • Load to your computer your logo and 12+ photos that depict your business, products, services, people, topics


  • Workshop only $55 (incl. GST)
  • Workshop with mentoring session $110 (incl. GST)

There are limited number of places due to the hands on nature of this workshop so places are strictly limited!


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Sherryn McBride - Marketing Talk

Sherryn McBride partners with entrepreneurial businesses looking to get more noticed, remembered and referred to through their marketing and customer service activities. A freelance marketing consultant, copywriter and industry trainer, Sherryn’s knowledge is drawn from 28 years experience managing state branches for national/multinational corporations and consultancies, in areas from market research, mining equipment and electrical consumer goods, to philanthropic marketing, arts administration and community partnership brokering.

Named one of 20 entrepreneurial women in the AIM’s Management Today Magazine, she was featured in the West Australian Business News, is a published “Success Story” on the SBDC’s website, and was included in the West Australian Newspaper’s SME Pathways Magazine.