It's 2011... do you know where your tweets are?
As independent workers, sometimes just getting the job done takes more hours than there are in the day, and we can forget that it's important to actually market and promote our businesses, and many are increasingly abandoning more traditional forms of marketing in favor of using social media. But how can social media be effective and best used for your business, and why should you bother? That's what Work It Brooklyn's next special event is aiming to answer.
On Wednesday, November 9th at Brooklyn Winery, we are excited to present an intimate panel and networking event geared towards independent workers and small businesses interested in demystifying the buzz around and learning the benefits of social media. The collective experiences and successes of our panelists will offer you insight into how social media and other non-traditional marketing methods can promote and grow your creative business-- no matter what you do!
SPACE IS LIMITED, PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
• Kiki Valdes, Visual Artist
• Aaron Goldfarb, Author of How to Fail
• Jeff Ramos, Personal Branding Specialist
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• Laura Zapata, Community Manager at The Cools
• Allison Robicelli, Co-Owner of Robicelli's Cupcakes
Have questions for any of these panelists? Please email them to email@example.com
• 7:00-7:15pm Check in and Mingling
• 7:15-7:40pm Speed Networking
• 7:45-9:00pm Panel Discussion and Q&A
• 9:00-10:00pm Mix & Mingle
What is Speed Networking?
Think musical chairs meets speed dating, where attendees get to meet and speak through this spunky and time sensitive activity.
Work It Brooklyn is an event-based networking organization devised as a forum to connect residents of this region working independently without the benefit of a network support system, and bringing them toether for an evening of conversation, partnership, and exchange of ideas-- all while having a whole lot of fun.
Work It Brooklyn is proudly sponsored by Brooklyn Winery.