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Back to the Basics: 13 Foundational Strategies for Effective Marketing

Wed 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM

This event has been canceled

Topic: Marketing and Sales

If you're like most businesses today you may be easily overwhelmed, distracted by the coolest new marketing tactic or feel it's just all too complicated. In this interactive session, you'll learn the strategies which are critical for marketing your business. No bells & whistles: just real world, practical & effective marketing. A snapshot of some of the questions that will be answered are: Can I really do all of this myself? How necessary is a website? Is networking still important? Why is branding such a big deal? Brian & Kim Walker of 5 Stones will tag-team this engaging class to help you leave feeling confident in your next steps.

Speaker(s): Brian & Kim Walker, 5 Stones Media Brian and Kim Walker are teachers and counselors by trade, but marketing advisors and strategist by heart. They work with an incredible team of professionals at their company, 5 Stones, to develop messaging that tells a story, promotes new business, and stays in touch with existing clients. Helping other entrepreneurs in their journey to success allows them to live out their life purpose: to teach, connect and serve. 5 Stones has been recognized as one of the Top 100 Small Businesses by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, a Blue Ribbon Award Winner and as a Davey Award Winner for small agencies producing big ideas.

Co-Sponsor(s): 5 Stones Media, TEDA, Nicholls State University

Please park and enter towards the left side of the building which will have an SBDC sign on the front lawn. When you enter, walk straight across the hall through the double doors. Take a left turn pass the restrooms and event will be on the right side of the hallway.

Fee: No Cost

Phone: 985-876-8863


The Duhe Center for Workforce Development and Continuing Education
Theodore Louis Duhe Building
235 Civic Center Blvd, Houma, LA 70360
Call Toll Free: 1- (866)-782-4159

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