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Fox Cities Chamber to hold seminar on Social Media for Business

As part of its Grow Seminar Series, the Fox Cities Chamber is offering a program on “Social Media Marketing for Businesses” on April 12th. The event will be from 8 – 9:30 a.m. at Community First Credit Union, 1575 Dresang Way in Neenah, and is limited to the first 100 registrants.

Whether your business is just starting out with social media marketing or you’re an experienced user, this panel discussion will provide new insights and a well-rounded perspective on successful social media marketing. It starts with an overview of how to plan a social media program and align it with your company’s goals. Then hear from a local Fox Cities employer on how they create engaging content for successful social media marketing. Finally, learn how Facebook ads can be a low cost way to market YOUR business. Speakers include:

brad cebulski cropBrad Cebulski, President/Owner, BConnected: “Applying Social Media Tactics to your Organizational Goals”

Brad Cebulski started BConnected almost 12 years ago with one mission – to help organizations with their social media efforts. As social media has evolved from simple pages to complex platforms, BConnected has grown with it. His mission today is still the same as it was almost 12 years ago, and his experience with over 300 brands and organizations is the foundation for helping everyone he works with. In his spare time, Brad loves spending time with his family of seven, playing music, cooking, and nerding out with Legos.

Cameron Wengrzyn cropCameron Wengrzyn, Vice President of Marketing, Employment Resource Group: “Let’s Get Engaged”

Cameron Wengrzyn currently serves as the Vice President of Marketing for Employment Resource Group, a nationwide executive search firm headquartered in Appleton. With over 15 years of experience in marketing, he has directed social media, web, video, and fan engagement strategies for numerous high-profile employers, including multiple Major and Minor League Baseball teams such as the Cincinnati Reds, Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, and Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders. In addition, he has held significant marketing roles at two NCAA universities and the Fox Valley’s own Mile of Music Festival, where he oversaw the promotional, operational, and artist relations needs of the four-day music festival. A Wisconsin transplant from New Jersey, Cameron is a graduate of Western Kentucky University with a degree in Broadcasting.

karri bedor cropKarri Bedor, Founder/Marketing Coach, GoldenLink: Training Coaching and Marketing: “Low Cost Facebook Ad Strategies”

Karri has spent years of her career in the professional and corporate world in finance, marketing, and real estate. Her passion for creativity mixed with her growth mindset inspired her to create GoldenLink Training Coaching and Marketing where she can share her knowledge, expertise, and insight to help people and businesses grow through strategic marketing, social media, and professional development. Karri brings an energetic and unique point of view to her training and coaching with an upbeat and optimistic point of view that will challenge the status quo and promote a growth mindset. Karri loves to travel the world, is an avid music and dog lover, is afraid of snakes, appreciates a good cup of coffee, and loves her family.

Registration is free for Chamber members. Sign up here: https://business.foxcitieschamber.com/events/details/2023-grow-seminar-series-social-media-marketing-for-businesses-17862 


 About Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce

The Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce captures the energy of one of Wisconsin’s most dynamic regions and transforms it into innovative programs and services for its business members.  The Fox Cities Chamber serves all of the Fox Cities communities within the counties of Outagamie, Calumet and the northern portion of Winnebago.  The Fox Cities Chamber plays a leadership role in regional economic development efforts in Northeastern Wisconsin.  For more information, visit www.foxcitieschamber.com.