Lucy Hall



My mission is to demystify social media and digital for businesses and marketers. It may be daunting but It's not that hard, I promise.


I'm on a mission to demystify social media and digital for businesses. Through live events such as Digital Women, Online Training, One to One Training Sessions and free resources to help you really understand how to use digital and social media in a jargon free way.  I also help social media managers to form ideas for clients and put together killer social media strategies. 

I'm a mum to 2 girls, a speaker, CPD certified trainer. 

To find out more about me connect with me on Twitter and ask me anything! @lucyshalll 

The official bio:

Lucy is a jargon free, straight talking social media consultant, Lucy is founder of SocialDayUK the UK’s biggest Social Media Marketing festival and a Director at Avviso Media an agency that specialises in creating content for social media channels.
Starting out in publishing sales, Lucy worked with many financial services organisations delivering pioneering marketing solutions that offered value for audiences and achieved results for her clients. After a varied career working for some great brands including Jazz FM Lucy setup a freelance consultancy in 2011 where she began to help businesses use Social Media for marketing.
In 2015 Lucy created SocialDayUK, while struggling to find an event that covered the topics she wanted to hear about and finding an event that being at the right level, unsuccessful Lucy took matters into her own hands and created the event she wanted to attend. Two years on we can count the Head of Twitter and a host of leading marketing practitioners that have graced the stage educating over 1000+ marketers. Lucy is passionate about giving business the skills they need, recently she set up DigitalWomen with Natwest, a community created to empower 1 Million plus women with digital skills.
Always happy to answer your questions, If you see Lucy at the event please stop her and say hello, if you want to ask her a question you can reach her at




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