Meet ups suck, right? I hate them so much I wrote a post about it.
I’ve been to so many that have bored the pants offa me, that I gave up on them. And then I had an epiphany. Why not start one of my own?
And so the Misfit Meet up was born!
I wanted to create networking and education events for Coastie businesses with:
- Zero fluff, zero pitch.
- No death by powerpoint.
- No soggy sausage rolls.
Just good chats and solid learnings on how to make your business betterer!
There won’t be a bowl to put your b usiness cards in, or gift bags with pink tissue paper.
There will be some awesome unpretentious humans just chatting about the challenges of running a business.
It’s an adventure. Who knows what will happen?
Venue: The Work Collective
Co-owner of Work Collective. Mum to 3 under 5. I personally love Work Collective as it’s the counterbalance to the chaos of home. It’s calm. It’s quiet. The perfect place to focus. To work uninterrupted. To pee in peace. To finish my coffee/ tea while it’s still hot!
My own career has always been defined by supporting businesses to grow through building community. I’m so excited about Work Collective being a space that brings together like minded go-getters.
We have the following up coming events.
Date: Thursday 3rd June
Time: 5.30 pm – 7.30 pm
3/322 West St, Umina Beach NSW 2257
- 5.30: Arrival: Drinks and nibbles
- 6.00 Presentation: 40 minute presentation with Q&A
- 7.00 More drinks and nibbles
Speaker: Dawn Lewis
Dawn Lewis is a professional crafter, retailer, podcaster and TikToker who believes that the secret to her business success is harnessing the power of video.
Dawn works out of her home studio on the beautiful NSW Central Coast, and when she’s not packing orders, teaching classes or designing subscription boxes, you’ll find her with her audio gear or video gear, connecting with her amazing customers.
Dawn is also a chicken whisperer!
TOPIC: TIKTOK AND INSTAGRAM REELS FOR BUSINESS
Tik Tok. It’s the widely talked about short-form video sharing platform. And Instagram Reels is the Instagram alternative.
Most think it’s for bright young things, who can dance about and skateboard off high things.
While it’s mostly known for dance-trends and lip-syncing videos, and being as addictive as sugar-water to a manic hummingbird on a hot summer day.
It’s also hugely powerful for business.
If you know what you’re doing.
Dawn will share with us
- What makes Tiktok unique from other video-sharing platforms
- TikTok and security
- How to get started making your first TikTok or Reel
- Advice for getting your videos seen
- How product and service-based businesses can appeal to their audiences and drive more sales.