If you’re in business and you want to grow and become more visible, come to Meet the Media Day. This annual event held by PR expert and media trainer Lisa Elia and her team at Lisa Elia Public Relations will give you the tools and information you need to build your business and become more visible. If you attend Meet the Media Day, you will get to hear the media panelists, but you won’t have to present to them (only our clients who we’ve prepared ahead of time meet with them privately).
This event is about preparing you and giving you the information you will need to get publicity and be ready for future interviews. It’s a day of learning and preparing and expanding. Business strategies and tips will also be shared throughout the day by guest speakers, including David Neagle.
Tickets to Meet the Media Day are only $135 if you order 2, which is a steal, considering all the business building, money-making and publicity information and connections you’ll make. Breakfast and lunch are included. Register at http://www.mediadayla.com
Meet the Media Day 2011 takes place on Sat., Oct. 15, 2011 at the Fairmont Miramar in Santa Monica, California, from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm.
Ticket price: $195 for 1, or 2 for $270.
To purchase tickets or for more information, visit http://www.mediadayla.com
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Elia Erickson Consulting
Elia Erickson Consulting provides business coaching and consulting and publicity training. We work with individuals, small businesses and corporations, helping them to launch and grow their businesses, increase sales, gain major publicity coverage and run their businesses more efficiently. Signature programs created by our founder, publicist, media trainer and business coach Lisa Elia, include How to Get Publicity and The Streamlined CEO System.
The firm was founded under the name Lisa Elia Public Relations in 1998 by Lisa Elia, who has more than 20 years of experience in the field of public relations. Lisa has booked clients with interviews on CNN, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Time, New York Times, Wall Street Journal and hundreds of other outlets. She also positioned and guided clients to secure major deals, such as endorsement deals, book deals, TV show deals, retail distribution deals, and more. In 2013, the name of the company was changed to Elia Erickson Consulting to reflect the focus of the company to primarily consulting, coaching and media training.
More information on the firm can be found at https://eliaerickson.com