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How to make your Facebook business page work for you!Thursday 4th April Brisbane
4 Things you’ll learn:
- Understand Facebook terms & conditions
- Why you need a social media policy
- How to use Facebook as a lead generation tool
- 5 Key Facebook metrics
Meet your host
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Thursday 4th April 12:15pm - 1:30pm
Bluewire Media, Unit 5A, 205 Montague Road (entry via Donkin Sreet), West End, QLD 4101Register »
Limited numbers: This is an intimate boardroom session and numbers are limited strictly limited. Tickets will be first in, first served. Thanks for your understanding.
Wait list: Be quick, but don’t worry, we can always run another session if there’s the demand.
Bring along: Your notebook and business cards.
Provided: Lunch, drinks, Wifi, power, blank Web Strategy Planning Templates and spare workbooks if you need one.
Money back guarantee:
As always Bluewire provides peace of mind if you don’t find the event useful. Please let us know and we’ll respectfully reimburse your credit card, no questions asked.
Tickets are fully transferable. Just let Garth [[email protected]] know and we’ll update the details.
Dietary Requirements: If you have special requirements, please let me know and I’ll take care of it for you. [[email protected]]
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Terms and Conditions
By purchasing a ticket to Lunch & Learn Session 2, Attendees agree to these Terms and Conditions, which forms the contract between the Attendee and Bluewire Media Pty Ltd ACN 115 735 192 (Event Organiser).
1.1 Event inclusions
Your ticket to the Event includes:
- Attendance at all sessions as per the Agenda;
- Materials as provided by the speakers; and all other inclusions as described on the invite.
- Full refund will be given if you cancel more than 3 business days prior to the event. Please notify the event organiser.
- Attendees may transfer their ticket to another person so long as they notify the Event Organiser before the Event of the information about the person who is attending in your place.
- If Attendees do not attend the Event, they are not entitled to a refund.
- If Attendees do not find the Event valuable, you are entitled to a full refund. Please let the Event Organiser know with 24 hours after the event.
1.3 Event cancellation and changes
- The Event Organiser reserve the right to cancel the Event if necessary for whatever reason at its sole discretion. If the Event is cancelled, the Event Organiser will refund the Attendee’s Attendance Fees within seven (7) days of being notified of the cancellation. At least three (3) days notice of the cancellation will be provided to attendees if the Event is cancelled.
- If an Attendee is unable to attend the Event, they may transfer the ticket to another person, providing the Attendee notifies the Event Organiser with the substitutes full contact details at least three (3) days before the Event starts.
- The Event Organiser reserves the right to make changes to the Event schedule, substitute speakers on the day of the Event or make any other changes that it deems to be necessary.
1.4 Intellectual Property
Each of the speakers owns the Intellectual Property in the materials they present at the Event. And most speakers will encourage you to share what you’ve learnt via tweets, blog posts or YouTube videos, so please feel free to do so, but try to refrain from directly infringing the Speakers Intellectual Property. If in doubt, please ask.
Unless advises otherwise, Attendees are provided with a limited licence to use the materials for their own
use. Attendees must not:
- make any recordings during the Event without permission from the Speaker;
- alter, copy or reproduce any of the Materials unless the materials are available under Creative Commons 3.0
- on-sell or supply any of the materials presented without permission.
- The Event Organiser excludes liability to the fullest extent possible (whether arising in contract or tort (including negligence) or under any statute) for any Consequential Loss suffered by an Attendee in connection with their attendance at the Event.
- The Event Organiser limits its liability for breach of warranty under this Agreement, or for a breach of a condition or warranty it cannot lawfully exclude to the extent permitted by law, and is fair and reasonable for Event Organiser to do so, to the cost of the Attendance Fee.
The Event Organiser complies with the National Privacy Principles contained in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). Attendees may be required to complete other documentation, such as questionnaires which are necessary to conduct the Event to a professional standard. By purchasing a ticket, Attendees consent to the Event Organiser taking photographs and including their image in future promotional material about simi