A dynamic half-day seminar provides tools you need to promote your business in today’s consumer-savvy marketplace. How can you identify and attract new clients? How do you get the word out? Ways to keep promotional costs in check. And, clever ways to cross-promote your business with other local businesses. Seminar includes light breakfast, topic sessions, network-building, and lunch. Date: April 29 (8:00am-12:30pm). Location: Legacy Church (379 NM 344, Edgewood). Cost: $35/Edgewood Chamber members; $50/non-members.
Social media, Promotional Events, and Cross-promoting are integral to growing you business in today’s climate. Most business owners want to learn more, but, finding the resources, time and know-how seems daunting. Edgewood Chamber of Commerce is simplifying the process by bringing together valuable resources in a quick, action-focused training seminar on April 29 (8:00am-12:30pm). This 4-hour investment in your business will help you identify key goals, untapped resources, and potential promotional partners.
Social Media is more than a buzz word, it’s a new way of life that business owners can embrace to capture new audiences and grow your business. But many businesses aren’t sure how to use it, how to be effective with it, or where it fits in their promotional line up. This segment will cover how to use social media successfully.
Promotional Events can help bring customers into your business. However, many businesses don’t know where to begin or think events have to be big. That’s simply no true. Learn tricks to simplify the process and make it effective for your business.
Cross-Promoting with other local businesses is a mainstay in small communities and large corporations alike. Discover how to make interesting connections, compelling offers, and reach new clients in efficient and unexpected ways.
Edgewood Chamber of Commerce not only works to effectively to promote its member businesses, but the community as a whole. Our goal is to support business and region-wide prosperity to enhance the quality of life for all residents and visitors to the East Mountain and Estancia Valley region.