Market Events

 

July 2014 Market Events coming soon!

 

All seminars last about 45 minutes with 15 minutes afterwards for questions.  Attendees will be given a link to download supporting free content.

Join Gregg Foster of Ruff Idea Design in a discussion on Visual Merchandising
Gregg Foster- Coffee and Conversation
Sunday, January 19th
2 pm
13-100
  

 

Kindbar Buyer's Break
Sunday, January 19th
2 pm
8th Floor
Join us for a delicious Buyer's Break sponsored by Kindbar!


 Join Gregg Foster of Ruff Idea Design in a discussion on Visual Merchandising
Gregg Foster- Coffee and Conversation
Sunday, January 19th
2 pm
13-100
 

 

 

Saturday, January 18 --  11am-noon

Seminar Title:  Event Marketing: The Secret to Busy Sidewalks

Description:  Learn practical ways to drive store traffic through in-store events. Leverage the buy local movement and social media techniques to plan, promote and host an unforgettable in-store event. Make a significant impact on your bottom line while creating meaningful connections with your customers and your community.

Take-away: The Ultimate Store Owner's Guide to Event Marketing
 

Sunday, January 19 --  11am-noon

Seminar Title:  Anatomy of a Perfect Social Media Post

Description:You post, tweet and pin daily, but how do you know if you’re sending the best message to your followers? Join SnapRetail to learn the anatomy of effective social messages. You’ll receive actionable takeaways and an exclusive infographic to help you create the perfect message every time.

 Take-away: The Anatomy of the Most Effective Posts, Tweets and Pins

 

Monday, January 20 --  11am-noon

Seminar Title:  The Power of Pinterest for Businesses

Description:  Pinterest is the fastest growing social network ever, with more than 70 million people pinning and repinning to their hearts' content.  In this engaging presentation, learn the basics and best practices for using Pinterest to inspire your customers and drive store sales.  Actual retailer examples will be shared and explained to motivate you to jump on the Pinterest bandwagon.

Take-away: The Store Owner’s Guide to Pinterest