We’re delighted to be working once again with Virgin Media Business, Redactive, and the Federation of Small Businesses’ First Voice magazine on an upcoming webinar project.
June’s webinar is all set to be a cracker… and one focusing on a topic that could hardly be more relevant. In the company of Virgin’s Tom Worley, Samsung’s Aaron Major, and Palo Alto’s Toby Makepeace, we’ll look at how small business can owners understand cybersecurity better and recognise the potential hazards that wait for them wherever they get online.
We’ll look at possible threats from connecting in the office, using WiFi hotspots when out and about, and using mobile devices to access and share data. This webinar follows hot on the heels of our record-breaking March webinar where we looked at GDPR and outlined what every small business needs to know and do to stay compliant.
In that event we examined what the new law covers and outlined the implications for small businesses of the change to a new set of regulations. We also ran through a series of tips for small businesses and explained what their priorities should be to stay compliant.
We’ve only highlighted two webinars here but thanks to the great work of its media partner Redactive Media Group, the FSB has built up an extremely valuable library of webinars aimed at helping the small business owner.
We love producing webinars. We get to work with so many great people. We’re also able to really get our teeth into a previously alien topic and present it to the audience in an appropriate and easily-digestible way.
Here’s what Aaron Nicholls, Publishing Director, Redactive Media, has previously said about working with Simplycontent founder Oliver Luft on webinar projects:
“When Oliver produces a webinar for us with organisations such as the Federation of Small Businesses, he does almost everything.
“He works directly with the client to ensure their strategic aims are met; he creates material and oversees the creative aspects of the event promotion, execution, and follow-up; he even presents the events.
“He’s a webinar one-stop shop!”