I am the Co-Founder of the Entrepreneurial Think Tank for Women. ETTWomen is committed to your ongoing personal and business development. Our workshops focus on specific topics that continue to support you on your entrepreneurial journey. You can attend in person or virtually. You can also purchase our workbooks and delve right in at your pace!
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- Write Your Business Plan: Writing a business plan can feel daunting and confusing. We’re making it very simple, we promise! In this workshop you will: Understand the importance of a business plan and write a business plan tailored to your needs.
- Social Media 101-Part 1: This workbook will teach you the basics of 3 major Social Media platforms: Facebook, Pinterest & Twitter.
- Social Media 101-Part 2: This workbook will teach you the basics of 3 major Social Media platforms: LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube.
- Networking 101: Business is not just about who you know…it’s also about how you build on those connections and grow them into mutually beneficial relationships. ETTW Founders have mapped out their top 10 and effective ways to network (in person and online) with purpose and not feel icky about asking for the business. Are you a solo-preneur or in a tiered marketing business? Either way, we’ve got you covered.
- Blogging 101: Blogging is one of the most valuable tools that businesses have to engage with customers and ultimately serve them better. If you’re not blogging, it’s time to get started. Outlined by Author, Blogger and Marketing/Branding Strategist Vanessa Coppes you will learn: to set up your blog (if you haven’t already done so or improving your set up if you have), knowing which platform best serves you and your customers, craft a blogging strategy that works for you, learn how to integrate your blog to your Social Media marketing, understand SEO, keywords and more. This workshop is followed up by a 30 Day to Better Blogging Challenge.
- DIY Public Relations: When small business owners create a business plan they often include advertising but neglect to include public relations, one of the most cost-effective methods for small businesses to raise awareness.When a consumer sees third party coverage of a product or service, it is perceived much differently than a traditional advertisement. When we see an advertisement, we know the company is trying to sell us something. When a third party, such as the media, endorses a product or service, the company gains credibility. Consumers are much more likely to make a purchase based on third party endorsement than an advertisement.A consistent public relations program will help build general awareness of your product, service or brand and will supplement any direct marketing and advertising efforts. This visibility also tends to make your business appear larger and more established than it may be, which may help you secure partnerships, customers and funding.PR is also good for your bottom line. One good media placement can lead to a substantial increase in sales and tremendous growth, and because many small businesses have a unique story to tell, they are interesting to the media.Learn to craft your own PR Startegy in this powerful workshop.