Atlanticus Digital to Deliver Social Media Training to An Post

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Atlanticus Digital, a leading growth agency in Ireland, are delighted to announce a new partnership with An Post. This partnership will plan to facilitate social media training to An Post postmasters and call centre staff across Ireland. The training will be designed in conjunction with our training partner, TEG Learning and Development. An Post Training Facebook September

“We are delighted to work alongside an iconic service provider and one of Ireland’s largest employers” says Niall Parfitt, Owner at Atlanticus Digital. “This project is part of An Post’s digital and rebranding transformation strategy and will be delivered across Ireland over the next couple of months.”  

“This training will give staff an understanding of digital marketing practices and benefits of using social media. In addition, delegates will receive  the tools to effectively manage their accounts in order to grow their business and interact with their digital customer.”

The benefits of this new partnership include:

  • Delivery of social media workshops to Postmasters across Ireland
  • Delivery of social media awareness to call centre staff
  • Ensuring  all postmasters and staff can utilise social channels to promote awareness of An Post

Atlanticus Digital helps businesses to grow. We do this by utilising inbound marketing, increasing leads and improving Return On Investment. Atlanticus Digital is one of Ireland’s leading HubSpot Partners and also provides workshops on LinkedIn and other social media platforms. 

An Post is a major commercial organisation providing a wide range of services that encompass postal, distribution and financial services. It is one of Ireland’s largest companies directly employing over 9,500 people through its national network of retail, processing and delivery points. It provides agency services for Government Departments, the National Treasury Management Agency, the National Lottery and many other commercial bodies.

Niall Parfitt

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