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About this Chat
Let’s discuss how to use your brand identity to promote a strong customer fan base. The importance of having your customers know you and not just your business is necessary for a small business. As the world becomes more technology driven some of us are hiding behind our brick and mortars. Start using technology to your advantage and introduce the world to your small business! Create a story, share the love you have for your business, introduce your co-workers, and yes...even upload giant photos of the food you’re eating for lunch. Let the world fall in love with you and your business just as much as you have. BE IN A RELATIONSHIP with your blog.
Kris Cain, founder of LittleTechGirl Media | @LittleTechGirl
Kris Cain is a Chicago area mom to 2 sets of twins, photographer, social event planner, social media consultant and blogger who worked in IT for over 15 years. In her company, LittleTechGirl Media she enjoys connecting with others and helping them see the value in social media. On her blog, LittleTechGirl.com she writes about her love of gadgets, computers, the Internet, social media, and anything else that crosses her mind. Kris has spoken at several conferences on the subject of blogging, social media, blog design, and photography. She has made several appearances in print, on the radio, and on TV sharing her expertise.
Rachel Bertsche, author of MWF Seeking BFF: My Yearlong Search for a New Best Friend | @rberch
Rachel Bertsche is a journalist in Chicago, and the author of the national bestselling MWF Seeking BFF: My Yearlong Search for a New Best Friend. She has written for the New York Times, Marie Claire, More, Teen Vogue, Every Day with Rachael Ray, Fitness, Women's Health, CNN.com, and more. Before leaving New York for the Midwest, Bertsche was an editor at O: The Oprah Magazine.
Katie Aune, Founder & Editor, Katie Going Global, and Director of Alumni Relations & Annual Giving, Chicago-Kent College of Law | @katieaune
Katie Aune is a former attorney who quit her job in educational fundraising in August 2011 to spend a year volunteering and traveling throughout the former Soviet Union. She launched her blog, Katie Going Global, to chronicle her travels and inspire others to travel off the beaten path. Now back in Chicago, Katie works as director of alumni relations & annual giving for a local law school while maintaining her blog and pursuing opportunities in travel writing and social media consulting on the side.
Erica Bethe Levin, co-founder of Cheeky Chicago | @cheekyerica
Erica Bethe Levin is the CEO and Editor-in-Chief of CheekyChicago.com, an online magazine and lifestyle guide for the women of Chicago (expanding to Austin and Los Angeles next). She is a proud member of Northwestern University's prestigious Council of 100 and a Correspondent for CitySearch, Jetsetter and NBC Chicago.
When & Where
Mac & Cheese Productions
Like summer-camp for adults! Get thrown together with people from all walks of life, none of whom know each other, and be immediately comfortable. Mac & Cheese Productions offers opportunities for people who want to grow their community and themselves.