How to Make Social Media Work for Your Business
A panel discussion by women, for women, July 16, 2014
750 Lindaro St., San Rafael, conference room
Six experts will present on why social media is a must, at a panel discussion seminar sponsored by the Women’s Collective of Marin.
The five panelists represent a full range of social media expertise, and include a partner in a local chicken business; a mortgage broker, and interactive media strategists, coaches and designers. Certified financial planner Kathleen Nemetz, a founder of the Women’s Collective of Marin, will moderate.
Networking and demonstrations start at 5:30 p.m. Presentation is at 6 p.m., followed by breakout sessions on social media topics.
Cost is $25, benefiting in part the Center for Domestic Peace, formerly Marin Abused Women’s Services.
Logan Citroen, partner in Mill Valley Chickens and Judy Chicken, e-commerce and social media websites and home – based business;
Sally Clapper, inbound marketing specialist, Clapper Consulting, Inc.;
Ann Gusiff, small business marketing strategist, Gusiff Marketing Group;
Wendy Nog, founder, team leader and interactive producer, Future Bright Inc., web strategies and design.
Stacie Strassberg, Linked In blogger and mortgage broker, First California Mortgage
Hors d’oeuvres will be served. Seating is limited. To register CLICK HERE.
Registrants will pre-qualify for the drawing prize, a dinner for two at Marin Joe’s.
Shopping Event to benefit Center for Domestic Peace
Thursday, September 25
Blanc Boutique, 514 San Anselmo Avenue, San Anselmo (one block off of Sir Francis Drake Blvd.)
12 noon to 6 p.m.
Shopper gets: 10% off the shoppers entire purchase during the event
Contribution: 10% of all sales during the event will be donated to Center for Domestic Peace when the shopper mentions "C4DP"
Refreshments and snacks will be served for customers to enjoy.