Oct 19, 8:00 am - 9:30 am, 700 Beta Banquet and Conference Center
Who are you marketing?
When we’re charged with bringing in business, it’s sometimes hard to decide how much of ourselves to put out there. After all, we’re there to represent The Company. How do your company’s purpose, culture, and core principles come into play when you look for marketing opportunities? And how do your own personal values and personality figure in? How can you align and carry both your personal brand and your business brand with integrity?
When we approach opportunities from a place of authenticity, we build relationships that endure – relationships that are more likely to lead to sales (and referrals) that will be a good fit!
Join us for a lively Business Breakfast on Thursday, October 19, to discuss the many ways you can market at the intersection of your company’s and your own personal brand to attract the opportunities most likely to be fruitful and fulfilling.
We’re pleased to welcome Kathy Dise, president of BudgetEase Bookkeeping; Bob Rosenbaum, principal at The MarketFarm and market development manager for the Heights Observer; and Gail Moore, branch officer at Dollar Bank.
With diverse professional corporate and small business experience on both the management and employee sides, each of these HRCC members is truly adept at sharing their company’s message through the lens of their own value and values. Panel moderator Halle Barnett of media schmedia will lead our panelists and attendees through an interactive discussion focused on:
- How to use your own and your company’s values to plan your networking approach
- How to dialogue with your employer/employees to create a focused, resonant, personalized business development plan
- Why feedback from the field is essential to everyone’s success
You’ll also enjoy the HRCC’s trademark welcoming environment for business networking, the hospitality of our gracious hosts, Hilton Garden Inn/700 Beta & Banquet Center, and delicious breakfast treats from Panera.
Walk-in attendees are always welcome, but will incur an additional $5 fee.