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    Exmouth Workshop 3: Canva Essentials

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    First impressions count. If you want to put a professional face forward for your business, you need the right look and feel for your marketing materials. If your budget doesn’t extend to using a graphic designer, the good news is that you can do it yourself using Canva.
    This easy-to-use design program makes it easy to create branded graphics for your business including social media posts, brochures and a range of other branded materials.
    This is a hands-on workshop, so you will need a computer or laptop and login details for your Canva account. Canva is free to join, visit canva.com to register prior to the workshop.

    This workshop will cover:

    • The basics of using Canva.
    • How to set up brand-consistent designs and templates.
    • How to create professional looking designs and videos.
    • How to choose the right template and content for each design.
    • How to post directly from Canva to your Facebook business page.


    About Your Presenter: Liz Haselgrove
    Liz first began studying Business at age 16 when she did her National Diploma, and then went on to get her BA(Hons) in Business in Cambridge, UK. After working in the ‘corporate’ world (mainly investment banking) for over a decade she started working with small businesses and solo-entrepreneurs, helping them to make their business successful.

    In 2010 she opened her first shop in SW London and then moved to Australia in 2015. Since then, she has helped thousands of small businesses to get started, and to be successful. She lives her core values of integrity, honesty, innovation, kindness and passion. Liz’s super-power is taking her vast knowledge of marketing, websites and strategy to pick the right solution for each business.


    This workshop is delivered as part of the Digital Solutions Program in partnership with the Exmouth Chamber of Commerce and Industry.


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