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WHO: SMALL & DBE BUSINESS OWNERS
WHAT: SMALL BUSINESS MARKETING SEMINAR
WHERE: 1615 PPOYDRAS STREET, SUITE 900, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112
WHEN: THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 2014
TIME: 11:30 COMPLIMENTARY LUNCH PROVIDED
12 NOON-1:00P.M. PRESENTATION & Q&A
New Orleans, LA - On Thursday, August 7, 2014 starting at 11:30am at the Do-WAP Digital Offices, 1615 Poydras Street, New Orleans, LA 70112, The Minority Report and Regus invites you to take part in a free Minority Business Marketing Seminar,Growing Your Small/DBE Business through Online Contracting Strategies . The seminar will focus on how to make your business revenue grow through contracting and online procurement understanding.
At this seminar, you will gain useful information on marketing your business through online, offline, and event promotions. Learn how to find governmental contracts and private contracts as well as how to use social networking to help your business grow. We will begin the seminars each week promptly at 12:00 noon and end within thirty minutes leaving time for questions and answers.
To RSVP to this seminar, send an email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 504.599.5634. Space is limited and RSVP is required!
Thanks in advance,
W. Anthony Patton, MBA
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WAP HISTORY AND OVERVIEW
In a little more than fifteen years WAP has become Louisiana's pemier Digital Media, Marketing, & Consulting (Project Management) Firms. All of our work is touched with urgency, advocacy, sustainability and optimism.
In 15 years, we have become one of the most sought after public outreach firms simply because we attract staff and clients who share our vision of doing what works, what makes a difference, ensures a fair profit and at the same time, have fun. We are passionate about helping clients identify their marketing and outreach initiatives and building action plans that will enable them to achieve success in the long-term and short-term.
Since Hurricane Katrina crippled our city on August 29, 2005, WAP has been focused on doing its part, working at the center of the recovery, not merely providing advertising services, but as a strategic partner to organizations effecting change in economic development (Bring New Orleans Back Commission, Small Business & Diversity Expo, the Minority Report Publication, NOCVB, GNO Inc., Idea Village), education (Department of Education, Recovery School District, School Facilities Master Planning, & Sarah T. Reed High School), urban/community planning (Lafitte Redevelopment, UNOP, Redistricting for the City Council, NOLA Bound, & First Fridays) and various other public/private partnerships all across the region. We have aggressively focused our strategic capabilities and innovation planning on what we consider to be critical inflection points in the region. WAP was formed as an entrepreneurial, business-focused communications firm, cofounding and incubating various successful businesses within its offices, and continuing to necessarily evolve while remaining true to our core principles.
More precisely, WAP is a Project Managemant & Brand Studio, studying problems and designing solutions, that helps its clients commit to business opportunities. Katrina honed our business model. We believe that New Orleans is a startup laboratory, and for the last two years we've worked at the center of the reinvention of our city, from social entrepreneurship to urban planning, economic development, public education, health care and culture.
MINORITYREPORTONLINE.com (Currently on 5th Edition due for Release Spring 2015)
BUSINESSANDDIVERSITYEXPO.com (3rd Edition Spring 2015)
FIRSTFRIDAYSLIFE.COM (Re-Launch Spring 2015, including Monthly Events)
SOCIALIFE.us (Events Website, App, & Publication)