Help us to discover what LGBTQI women want from advertisers with this brand-new survey
BY SOPHIE GRIFFITHS
Are you an LGBTQI woman running a small business? Are you looking to grow, innovate and connect? Well, recently here at DIVA we have just discovered an excellent work improvement tool we think you’re going to love.
Boost with Facebook offers great opportunities for businesses to learn more about digital skills. For example, there’s downloadable PDF’s on how to use free marketing tools, webinars and training and specific resources to support SMB’s during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Want to know the best part? All of the programmes are completely free.
If you do love the Boost with Facebook service (which we know you will), there is even the opportunity to gain access to their Leaders Network.
It’s an exclusive, application-only group of enterprise owners and founders who have had some success using the Facebook family of apps, who want to come together to learn, grow and network with other like-minded enterprise owners across the UK and the world.
These businesses gain access to things like one to one technical support, exclusive online events and promotional opportunities.
So many small to medium businesses are struggling right now and it’s important that they have a space to share their story of how COVID-19 has impacted their business. So, Facebook Boost has also set up a website for anyone who has been impacted and has a story to tell about how they used Facebook during this time.
Here at DIVA, we’re looking to help Facebook grow their Boost platform and that’s where you lovely lot come in.
Leading on from The DIVA Survey: LGBTQI Women’s Insight 2020 with Kantar we want to find out more about LGBTQI women at work.
From our Lesbian Visibility Week survey we realised that over half of LGBTQI women aren’t fully out at work and 27% of LGBTQI women have been made to feel uncomfortable in the workplace because of their sexuality.
We’ve created a brand-new Marketing and Me survey that will help Facebook to discover what LGBTQI women want from advertisers; and how to support LGBTQI owned businesses and help them grow.
Facebook want to support you and keep your business moving forward. Complete our Marketing and Me survey now right here now.