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Does social media leave you feeling overwhelmed? Do you feel like there is not enough time in the day to manage another social media platform? Join us at our NEW LOCATION, and at a NEW TIME as we discuss how to be more effective in your social media efforts.
PLEASE NOTE OUR NEW LOCATION: Event Connections, 4140 Linden Ave. and our NEW TIME: 10:30A - 11:30A
Our panel includes:
Patrice Hall: Patrice fuses design, language, and social media to build connections between people and the brands they love. With over a decade of experience in the marketing and design, her work has earned multiple ADDY awards and has been featured in AdWeek, Gizmodo, Mashable, HOW Magazine, and MTV.com. Currently, she leads digital marketing strategy at Real Art Design Group in Dayton. In the last two years, she has built social media and digital strategy from the ground up into core competencies at the company, establishing internal processes, developing client support, and attaining national recognition.
David Wright: David is the co-founder of Wright Cross Performance Group which focuses on personal and professional development through workshops, training and coaching. They are strategic partners with Ziglar Training of Dallas TX founded by Zig Ziglar. David is a speaker, writer, trainer, coach, and entertainer. During his career he has had the privilege to work with national and international companies focusing on team building, project management and product development. David's passion is personal development and loves working with business owners and professionals "because your potential matters!"
Angela Davis: Angela holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing and Business Administration from The University of Cincinnati in Ohio and a Web Design degree from The University of Cincinnati. Angela began her career at a young age working her way through college and moving up in the advertising world. Angela co-founded Pixels & Dots in 2001, where she is the President and CEO. Her responsibilities extend across art direction, interactive design, web design, graphic design, commercial photography, and videography.
Kim Collett: Kimberly has become somewhat of a serial entrepreneur in the last two years. She owns Olive, an urban dive… which she gutted, designed and re-built with family and friends, in an abandoned 1938 diner, and opened in July of 2011, then three months later opened her own mechanical skilled trades umbrella company, Dayton Tradesource, which currently focuses on commercial plumbing and drain cleaning, and has laid the groundwork for her third endeavor, The Barrel House, which is anticipated to open in summer of 2013. She serves on the Downtown Priority Board and as a mentor for the University of Dayton entrepreneurial program’s capstone class, as well as mom to two teenagers.
The panel will be facilitated by Bryan Suddith. So, come on out .. this is going to be a great panel, and a timely topic. :).
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