Network Ireland West Cork workshop to help teach businesswomen how to save time and money

Network Ireland West Cork workshop to help teach businesswomen how to save time and money

Sharon Huggard, founder of The Style Coach, one of the speakers at the next Network Ireland West Cork workshop on May 4.

IN the digital age, it’s more important than ever to design visually compelling marketing images that capture short attention spans.

To help businesswomen save time and money with this important skill, Network Ireland West Cork (NIWC) is hosting a “Be Your Own Best Graphic Designer: Canva Workshop” on Wednesday, May 4, at 7.30pm.

“Whether you’re part of a corporate marketing team or an entrepreneur, it’s so important to know how to do your own basic graphic design,” said NIWC President Marie Wiseman, owner of Wiser Marketing.

“Even if you have a trusted graphic designer on your team, sometimes you have to make a big change at the last minute to meet a deadline so it’s important to at least know the essentials.”

If you can’t afford a graphic designer yet, Canva can be a useful tool for creating everything from a social media graphic and an event invitation to a logo, business card or presentation.

Canva is used by many professionals as it’s considered one of the more user-friendly design platforms and is easily accessible by phone or desktop.

Everyone is invited to join this fun and educational online workshop, where NIWC will give you the key tips and tricks to become your own best graphic designer. This workshop will feature three key speakers, who will give a short presentation on how they use Canva.com in their every day (professional and personal) lives.

The workshop, which is free to NIWC members and €15 for non-members, will be hosted by: Jeanne Sullivan Billeci, Life Coach, Author, Marketing Communications Expert; Sharon Huggard, founder The Style Coach, and Mailo Power, Managing Director, Monkey Reusable Products.

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