San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
So you know how to bake a mean cake, but do you know how to how to get the word out about your amazing red velvet? So you're a contractor who specializes in remodeling historical homes. Do you have a website displaying your projects?
This workshop is for the jack-of-all trades business owners or the all-hands-on-deck small business team. Learn what low-cost tools you can use to put your business on the map.
This is an interactive, half-day workshop for small businesses, co-sponsored by Stay Local! and the LSBDC of Greater New Orleans and Bayou Region.
This event is open to everyone. Admission is $25. All LCI Workers' Comp policy holders and Stay Local! members receive free admission.
8:00 AM - 8:30 AM: Registration/Networking/Continental breakfast
8:30 AM - 8:45 AM: Introductions
8:45 AM - 9:30 AM: Importance of Marketing/Marketing Basics - Erik Waters, LSBDC
9:35 AM - 10:35 AM: Brand Strategy - Lee Domingue, Southpaw Creative
10:35 AM - 10:45 AM: Break
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM: How to Get an Affordable Website for Your Business - Wendy Dolan, Get Online Nola
11:45 PM - 12:30 PM: Online Marketing & Social Media - Flynn Zaiger, Online Optimism
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM: Lunch
Meet the presenters.....
The LSBDC Greater New Orleans and Bayou Region is part of the statewide Louisiana Small Business Development Center Network. LSBDC GNO and Bayou Region empower small business owners and entrepreneurs with the right tools,technical assistance, and resources to help their businesses start, grow, and succeed. One on one consulting is at no charge, training is offered at a reasonable fee.
Southpaw Creative is a New Orleans-based design studio comprised of brand strategist Lee Domingue and his many collaborators, including illustrators, web developers, and copywriters. A lover of fonts and film, Lee specializes in visual identity, print and web design, and knowledge of French gangster films.
When & Where
LCI & LCIA
LCIA is the Member Services of LCI Workers' Comp and hosts business and industry workshops, webinars, and networking events. Access to LCIA's benefits is included in each LCI Workers' Comp policy, and most events are open to the public for a fee. To learn more about LCIA, please visit lciassociation.com.
Since 1989, LCI Workers' Comp has provided coverage for literally thousands of small- and medium-sized businesses, of all industries, across Louisiana—all the while, delivering timely, competent customer service to both its member insureds and valued agency partners. To learn more about LCI Workers' Comp, please visit lciwc.com.