Just a short selection of the testimonials I have received over the years.
We recently worked with Mark Shaw to deliver a webinar on how small and medium-sized business can maximise their impact via social media. Weeks after the event, people are still talking about it and it continues to drive engagement. Mark’s presentation delivered the very essence of what a great social media campaign should be all about. He is passionate, knowledgeable, chatty (sociable) and while extremely focused on his topic, his style of delivery is inclusive, ensuring nobody is left behind. Highly recommended. – John W. Hayes, UK Marketing Manager, Vocus UK –http://www.vocus.co.uk
Mark Just a short note to thank you for sharing your insights and expertise with us in Manchester last week. On the train home on Thursday evening I picked up the Brewdog v Diagio story which served as a perfect illustration of the sort of thing you were talking about. More generally the session went very well and I am very grateful to you for the very significant part you played in that outcome. Once again, very many thanks.. Adrian Coles OBE Director-General The Building Societies Association
Mark Shaw is an excellent social media trainer, delivering fast paced training which met the needs of our creative organisation the University of the Arts London. We are excited that we have now secured Mark for additional dates in the coming academic year. Feedback from our delegates said it will give them a “Greater understanding of how to apply Twitter to work and communication streams and for personal use” the training was “excellent and informative” – Chrissy Kelly University of the Arts London
We have worked with Mark Shaw several times. Mark has trained our staff and also some of our clients in how to best use Twitter. The sessions are both fun and very informative. We would recommend Mark to anyone that is interested in finding out more about Twitter – Malcolm Graham MD Limetreeonline
Hi Mark, Many thanks for the session today, it was really useful to get further clarification of what we should be aiming for together with some useful tips – Sian Stirling, Director of External Relations for CCW (Camberwell College of Arts, Chelsea College of Arts and Wimbledon College of Arts) University of the Arts London