Enjoying success in the business world is all about making connections, and there is nothing more powerful than LinkedIn when it comes to networking. Mid-Day Women’s Alliance is pleased to host an interactive workshop which will teach attendees how to leverage the LinkedIn platform to market themselves and their businesses. The workshop is geared to people who already have an account set up, and are looking for ways to improve their LinkedIn skills.
The seminar will be presented at Stellar Blue Technologies at 1580 Lyon Drive in Neenah, from 5 to 7PM on October 25th. Ms. Amanda Betts, Marketing Director at Stellar Blue, is the instructor.
Amanda Betts is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, holding a journalism degree. Her primary responsibilities at Stellar Blue are to develop and research Search Engine Optimization strategies, as well as creative internet mobile marketing initiatives, for its more than 350 clients. In addition, Amanda is Vice President for the UW Oshkosh Alumni Board of Directors and President for Sales and Marketing Professionals of Northeast Wisconsin. She also serves on the Prospera Credit Union board of directors, Community Foundation for the Fox Valley board of directors and is an active Fox Valley TIPs member.
The workshop is offered at no cost to MDWA members, and $25 for non-members. The price includes hors d’oeuvres. Register on-line at www.MiddayWomen.org. Everyone is welcome.
Mid-Day Women’s Alliance (MDWA) is a non-profit 501(c)6 organization committed to supporting its members and women in the Fox Cities region. With over 100 members from a variety of backgrounds including working professionals and retirees, senior executives and entry-level employees, community enthusiasts, avid volunteers, and everything in-between, MDWA provides a welcoming environment for all women who desire personal growth and development. The mission of Mid-Day Women’s Alliance is to promote equity for all women and to develop their potential through advocacy, mentoring, networking, skill building and education. For more information, visit www.MidDayWomen.org.