“GET SOCIAL! Create an Engaging Digital Marketing Strategy”

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NAWBO Ventura County 





Ventura County, CA — Join the National Association of Women Business Owners, Ventura County (NAWBO VC) on Tuesday, February 12th at the Wedgewood Banquet Center, 901 Sterling Hills Drive, Camarillo from 5:30pm to 8:00pm for a dynamic panel discussion on digital marketing including topics surrounding social media, Facebook Shop, email campaigns, blogging and more. The dinner meeting is open to all and seats may be reserved at www.NAWBOVC.org.

Learn from our social media and marketing experts:

• Aly Nagel – Social media strategist, speaker, writer, and founder of “Don’t Call Me Pretty,” which she began on Instagram as a place to empower women and girls to feel confident in their own skin.

• Nicole Wise – A professional photographer who has taken her love for photography, degree in design, and experience with social media to create “Wise Photography and Social Media” to help capture and market local businesses and products.

• Amber Wallace – President and CEO of Dowitcher Designs, an integrated marketing agency providing strategic marketing, design and technology services. Amber holds a Bachelor’s in Creative Studies and an MBA from UC Irvine.

The panel will be moderated by Dr. Rose Hayden-Smith, author, educator, digital strategist and 30-year academic at the University of California. The evening is sponsored by Coverly Professional Services, Inc., a full-service marketing project management firm located in Ventura, California. (www.CoverlyPro.com). “Digital marketing is continually evolving and changing, and women business owners need to keep up or run the risk of falling behind,” stated Diane de Mailly, President, NAWBO Ventura County. “That’s why I’m so pleased that our chapter is hosting this panel of experts. The topic is both relevant and timely. In fact, I’m looking forward to picking up a few tips for my business.”

NAWBO Ventura County – The local Ventura County chapter of NAWBO is committed to strengthening the wealth creating capacity of its members while promoting economic development within the entrepreneurial Ventura County community. Additionally, the local chapter advocates for innovative and effective change in the business culture, building strategic alliances and transforming public policy for the benefit of its members. Membership is open to women sole proprietors, partners and corporate owners as well as those companies and organizations that support women-owned businesses. Learn more: www.nawbovc.org


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