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Bishop's Stortford Means Business to host seminars on cyber security, social media strategy, the future of co-working and reducing workplace stress

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Four key areas of commerce will be explored in the programme of free seminars at this month's Bishop's Stortford Means Business.

The annual exhibition, which is celebrating its 20th year, takes place at South Mill Arts on Wednesday October 20.

The first seminar, which starts at 10.30am, is entitled 'An SME Guide to Cyber Security' and will be presented by Clear IT Solutions' Nuno Soares.

Nuno Soares of Clear IT Solutions (51777061)
Nuno Soares of Clear IT Solutions (51777061)

He will explain why cyber security is beneficial to businesses as well as detailing the different types of cyber attacks you could be under threat from.

At 11.30am, Bishop's Stortford-based online marketing consultant and coach Tanya Filer will give her presentation 'Social Media Strategy'.

Her area of speciality is helping business owners to develop, implement and analyse their social media strategy in order to increase their presence and bottom line.

Online marketing consultant Tanya Filer
Online marketing consultant Tanya Filer

Next up, at 12.30pm, is a talk entitled 'The Disruption Era: The Future of Co-working' given by Karen Tait, owner and founder of The Residence.

Karen, who opened new premises at Wickham Hall in Stortford earlier this year, will discuss the importance of a human connection at work and how the pandemic has taught us we all need to be part of a community.

The final seminar of the day, at 2pm, will be presented by the Hertfordshire Growth Hub's Corinna Hartwig on 'Reducing Workplace Stress'.

Corinna, who has a strong background in business support advising both start-ups and established businesses, will provide her audience with simple and practical tools to enable them to better understand their teams and empower their staff to be better motivated and more productive.

Karen Tait of The Residence Co-working at Wickham Hall (51770702)
Karen Tait of The Residence Co-working at Wickham Hall (51770702)

All four seminars are free but attendees are encouraged to register and book in.

BSMB, which is free for people to visit, runs from 10am to 4pm. The Bagel Box will be on site from 8am for breakfasts and will be serving lunch. Parking at South Mill Arts can be difficult, so visitors are asked to park in town if possible.

New exhibitors at the event, which is sponsored by East Herts Council, include VISION Publications, R&D Advisors Ltd, HR GO Recruitment, Shared Lives and Mindset Studio.

Corinna Hartwig of the Hertfordshire Growth Hub (51777063)
Corinna Hartwig of the Hertfordshire Growth Hub (51777063)

Visit www.bsmb.co.uk to find out more and email exhibition@bsmb.co.uk if you are interested in taking one of the remaining stands.

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