Contact: Karla Tierney, Marketing & Design Coordinator
APPLETON, Wis. – The Fox Cities Chamber’s monthly educational program, Business Breakfast Bytes, will provide attendees with education on marketing platforms, such as radio, television, print and digital, at the morning session on December 18.
Advertising can be a tricky field – from determining your target market to finding the right platform to reach that target market – it can be overwhelming with options and opportunities. As digital advertising continues to soar, should your business still consider other platforms such as radio, television and/or print?
This month’s session will feature local experts who will break down the different advertising platforms that your company could use, while dispelling any misconceptions those platforms might have. You will learn how CRM (customer relationship management) software is crucial to your marketing strategy, as well as an understanding of geofencing.
Tara Brzozowski, Director of Public Relations at Element will lead the session and facilitate the panel of experts including: Corrine Dahlk, Business Advisor at DexYP; Michelle Neira, Regional Field Marketing Director at Spectrum Reach; and Judy Payne, Marketing Consultant at Midwest Communications Inc.
Those who should attend this session are business owners or marketing professionals who are looking for additional ways to market their business.
Business Breakfast Bytes are a monthly business educational program focused on providing our small to mid-sized business members across the Fox Cities Region with education and resources addressing top business concerns.
Registration is required. This Business Breakfast Bytes session is available to Fox Cities Chamber members at no cost. Members may bring guests. Online registration is available on the Chamber website at www.foxcitieschamber.comr by calling (920) 734-7101. Please visit the Chamber website for complete details of the December session, being hosted at Eagle Point Senior Living, 955 E. John Street in Appleton from 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM on Tuesday, December 18.