Be Heard, Be Seen, Be Visible!
2017 is approaching. It is time to plan your business strategy. Looking to grow your sales, network and create a referral system that works, then this event is for you.
MAKE 2017 YOUR BEST YEAR EVER!
Join us for a powerful panel discussion!
It is easy to see marketing and sales as standalone activities, but they are inextricably connected to each other. Without a solid marketing effort, even the best product will not sell. Without profitable sales, the company will not be in business. Join us for this powerful business networking event where you will mingle and connect with successful marketeers.
Network in style with Professional Business Network, eWomenNetwork, Pink Portfolio, BeSocial and other successful business owners and entrepreneurs.
Hear inspiring stories and learn from the best in the industry of Marketing and Branding.
Be Heard, Be Seen, Be Visible!
Be Heard – Learn about Podcasting;
Be Seen – Learn and master YouTube;
Be Visible – Using Social Media to Your Advantage.
After this fun filled event you can potentially change the way you do your marketing.
Venue: Courtyard Marriott Toronto, 475 Yonge Street, Toronto , M4Y1X7
Date & Time: Tuesday, December 06, 2016 – 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM (Doors open and informal networking begins at 6:00 PM)
Food and Beverage: Included Dinner: main course, dessert, coffee, tea and water. Please inform us re any food allergies or if you prefer vegetarian/vegan dishes.
Networking sessions will give you the opportunity to find collaborators, partners and even new friends.
LIMITED SEATS AVAILABLE.
SAVE YOUR SPOT NOW:
$55.00 CAD for PBN Members
Contact – email@example.com
Kathy Barthel – a journalist and content marketing writer with over 20 years of experience in the media. She has worked in print and online creating content for major Canadian outlets including CTVNews.ca, CBC.ca, MSN.ca, TV GUIDE and the broadcast networks, YTV, HGTV and W Network.
Debra Wilson the ACN – Regional Vice President.
From a 22 year successful corporate career to an empowered entrepreneur! Debra thought it would have been an easy transition! Boy, was she wrong! Come and hear her story and learn a few short-cuts so you can avoid some of the pitfalls she fell into on her way to entrepreneurial success!
Sam Rad is a YouTube expert and a YouTube partner. He has founded Canada’s first and only DIY channel on YouTube. Sam possess the expertise every business owner needs to know about when it come to using the World’s second biggest search engine; YouTube, that happens to be own by world’s biggest, Google. Sam will share with you a lot of insight, do and don’ts when it comes to marketing your business by way of video on YouTube and other social media platforms. After this event you might change the way you do your marketing.
Kelly Farrell is the Founder and Managing Director of Teach Me Social, a company whose mission is to empower small business entrepreneurs to take control of their online presence to maintain an authentic voice for their brand.
Jay is the host and producer of “The Inner Changemaker” (debut as the #1 Self-Help podcast in iTunes in 2015) and recently named as a top 10 Business podcast for 2016 from Podcast Awards. Without internet marketing or entrepreneurial experience, he went from sleeping on his parent’s couch to running a successful media company, as well as traveling and speaking around the world.
Want the opportunity to be an exhibitor in a room full of passionate entrepreneurs and business owners? You have the opportunity to display your products and services at the event:
A limited number of exhibit tables are available to showcase or sell your products and services. The fee is $65.00 for PBN Members.
Contact us at 416 420 4444 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Produced by PBN and BeSocial Event Management Inc.
for Toronto GTA
eWomenNetwork. Inc. is widely recognized as the Premier Women’s Business Network in North America. Iy has a dynamic and diversified culture that celebrates the brilliance of women entrepreneurs, business owners and corporate professionals.