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Collisions | The major 2018 Facebook & Instagram changes with Lauren Dallas

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The Glasshouse

Creative Industries Precinct, QUT Kelvin Grove

Brisbane, QLD 4006

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On January 12th, Mark Zuckerberg announced that Facebook would be changing its news feed algorithm to prioritise content from “friends, family and groups.”

As a result of this, small businesses are now grappling with ways to reach customers and promote their services to a new audience. With over 15 million monthly active users in Australia alone, this sudden change has threatened to dismantle the way businesses generate revenue.

Lauren Dallas is a world class growth hacker and founder of The Growth Academy. She will be discussing:

  • Changes in Facebook and Instagram & how they impact your business.

  • Turning your social media engagement into sales.

  • Why your social media ads aren’t providing the outcome you want.

About Lauren Dallas

Lauren is the founder of The Growth Academy a virtual incubator that aims to break the myth of the ‘overnight success’ and give entrepreneurs the strategies they need to start and grow businesses. The Growth Academy has been touted as one of Fast Company’s most innovative businesses (2017).

She is also the cofounder of Future Females, a movement designed to rapidly increase the number of successful female entrepreneurs. Future Females was launched in August 2017 and is now in seven global cities with over 7,000 members.

Collisions Speaker Series

For the first time, mentors from our Collider Accelerator program will be available to the public with our new speaker series, Collisions. These sessions will give you invaluable insights, and unprecedented access to some of the greatest minds in the startup industry.

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Creative Industries Precinct, QUT Kelvin Grove

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Australia

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