Are you timid about Twitter, flustered by Facebook and lousy at Linkedin?
Does hearing about Pinterest, Google+, Wordpress and YouTube make you think you are falling behind the social media wave? If you fret about missing out on social media, then you won't want to miss the 4 C's of Social Media... Making Social Media Work for Professionals & Small Businesses.
Mark your calendar for the quarterly series Leadership Networking Breakfast at the Ryan Event Center on Tuesday, September 25 from 7:30 am to 9 am. Join us for a morning of open networking and camaraderie that includes a dynamic presentation by marketing professionals Harold Behar and Stephen L. Eckert, who have more than 27 years of experience between them. This exciting series for business professionals is hosted by the Ryan Event Center (a part of the Father Ryan Arts Center), and is made possible through the generous support of our Leadership Networking sponsors!
Featuring Marketing Experts Harold Behar & Stephen L. Eckert, this webinar will cover the 4 C's of social media: what you need to think about to make social media work for you and your business. Whether you are a business owner, professional or job seeker, you'll learn how to develop a social media plan that will get results.
We'll also cover what social media is NOT - free advertising. Like any communications channel, social media requires forethought, strategy, planning and execution.
So don't be intimidated...attend this FREE event and learn more about how you can jump start your social media presence.
Leadership Networking Series:
7:30 am - 8:00 am Continental Breakfast/Networking
8:00 am - 8:25 am Welcome and Event Center Tour
8:30 am - 9:00 am Making Social Media Work for Professionals & Small Businesses
Our Leadership Networking Series offers a unique opportunity for you pick up a few tips from other professionals while experiencing a premiere event destination featuring 26,000 square feet of contemporary art space with soaring ceilings, tile and hardwood floors and abundant natural lighting! Visit our Web site RyanEventCenter.org to learn more, view floor plans, or get rates. We invite you to be our guest at a special event designed with you in mind – the business professional! We will demonstrate how our space can work for you while providing you an opportunity to meet and network with other area professionals. Please let us know if you will be attending the September 25 Leadership Networking event by emailing email@example.com. If you are unable to attend, we hope to see you at our next event. Please feel free to contact the center to schedule a personal tour or to answer your questions.
Harold Behar, Principal, Behar-Fingal
Harold Behar’s expertise lies in the areas of identity creation and brand management. While he holds an AD in Visual Communication from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, he is mostly self taught, having wanted to be in advertising since he was 12 and discovered the breakthrough Volkswagen Beetle print campaign created by Doyle Dane Bernbach. His work is influenced by current trends in media culture as well as the fine arts. In addition to the pro bono work created by Behar-Fingal, he is currently Vice President of the Board for The ToonSeum. He has previously served on numerous other non-profit boards and the design committee of the South Side Local Development Company. He lives in Mount Lebanon, PA with his wife and two sons.
Stephen Eckert, Principal, Genius Marketing
Stephen L. Eckert is a versatile marketer with agency, corporate, nonprofit, and small business experience. He is author of the book, Marketing in a Downturn and developed The Marketing Coach process that teaches business owners how to develop their own inhouse marketing processes. He owns GeniusMarketing.com a resource site for businesses. Eckert has helped companies of all sizes become better marketing organizations, from Fortune 500 companies like WESCO and Alcoa to solo-entrepreneurs. His focus is always the same: helping organizations build the processes they need to make their genius marketing ideas successful where it counts: on the bottom line.