Woolf Works Wednesday

Facebook Marketing for entrepreneurs: tips and tricks from a Facebook pro

Welcome to Woolf Works Wednesday, held in association with The Founding Moms and with support from Equatorial Wines and The Unbusy Entrepreneur and held at our beautiful women's coworking space, Woolf Works.

Woolf Works Wednesdays are a great way to meet the women (and men are also welcome!) of our wider community – we are a diverse and creative bunch! We are also a friendly bunch, please feel free to come along on your own or with a group of friends.

This month's special guest: Namita Moolani, who will share with us 5 things you need to know to succeed in today's social marketing world.

Namita Moolani Mehra is food-obsessed, Facebook-obsessed, and family-obsessed. She spends her time cooking, writing, building and growing her own brand as well as helping both Fortune 500 and start-up brands develop their digital marketing strategies.

Namita has been a creative marketing strategist through her professional life, including working at Facebook for almost 5 years in both Manhattan and Singapore. Prior to Facebook she spent seven years in the creative ad agency world of New York City. Her professional career has given her a keen understanding of what consumers want and how to connect with them. She has been a passionate foodie and creative writer at her core. She cares deeply about impacting social change and is involved in a number of different charities and pro-bono consulting for non-profits. She is a community building mentor at HUB Singapore and a regular contributor to Sassy Mama Singapore.

An entrepreneur and change-maker at heart, Namita is the founder and moderator of the Indian Spicebox page on Facebook, which has well over 50,000 fans. Namita is focused on making Indian cooking more accessible and non-intimidating, which inspired not only the creation of her cookbook but also led to the development of her unique ‘Spicebox Kit’.

Namita is a true global citizen and avid traveler. She was born in a remote village in Nigeria, grew up in the UK and India, studied in Chicago, and worked in New York City where she lived (in both Manhattan and across the river) for ten years. She now lives in Singapore with her husband and 2 year old son.

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We will be providing your first glass of wine for free and light snacks - come prepared to meet super-friendly professional women in an inspiring environment. Doors open at 7pm.

Event Timeline
Wed Sep 16, 2015
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM SGT
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Woolf Works
General Public $15.00
Woolf Works Members $10.00
Venue Address
176 Joo Chiat Rd, #02-01, Singapore 427447 Singapore
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