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Lisa Tse

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@sweetmandarin
Location: Manchester GB
Website: http://www.sweetmandarin.com
Followers9,196
Following3,188
Tweets6,187
 
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Featured on BBC News http://www.bbc.co.uk/manchester/content/articles/2009/02/18/280209_sweet_mandarin_feature.shtml First UK Chinese Restaurant to Use Twitter for Business When Lisa Tse, CEO of the award winning restaurant and cookery school, Sweet Mandarin (@sweetmandarin) in the Northern Quarter, Manchester, UK, first heard about Twitter from one of her customers, she was puzzled but intrigued. Lisa was already hooked on Facebook, Myspace and her own blog on her website www.sweetmandarin.com which also features their self titled memoir, Sweet Mandarin which was shortlisted for the Barnes and Noble prize. Nonetheless Lisa credits Twitter with increasing her orders, bookings, book sales and clientele as well as forging a closer knit community in Manchester. Twitter is a social networking site where you can follow people and access information via Twitter as it happens – from breaking news to the special deals of the day. People are eager to connect with other people and Twitter makes that simple. Twitter asks one question, "What are you doing?" Answers must be under 140 characters in length and can be sent via mobile texting, instant messenger or the web. Lisa tweets about the dish of the day, the special offers, her business, advice to friends and cooking techniques. Followed by 900 of Manchester's Twitterati, Lisa's fun, easy going and concise words of wisdom have made her real life friends. Remarkably, she's the first Chinese restaurant in the UK to utilise Twitter and nothing can build your brand faster than being or doing something remarkable. And Sweet Mandarin is just that, remarkable. Follow @sweetmandarin To book your table the normal way, call 0161 832 8848 www.sweetmandarin.com 19 Copperas Street, Northern Quarter, Manchester M4 1HS, United Kingdom

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