ONLINE – Part V Planning Your Pivot

It is time to improve your communication. Your customers are seeking to learn how to engage with your business in a post-COVID setting. Let them know about the changes implemented at your businesses.

Now that we all better understand the tools associated with marketing our business, let’s put them into active practice and plan a COVID pivot!

In this strategic planning session, East Colorado SBDC’s Chelsie Beller will discuss pivoting tactics that business owners or marketing specialist can add to any communication calendar.

Combating COVID Marketing Series

We’ve all seen and felt the effects of COVID-19. As business owners it is crucial to communicate with your customers about the changes your business has implemented. Whether it be processing expectations when visiting your location or a new e-commerce page, communication can make all the difference.

Join us and the Logan County Chamber of Commerce this September for our 5-part marketing series designed to help your business combat COVID-19 through marketing.

Every Wednesday morning from 9:00 – 10:00 am we’ll spend one hour helping you to understand and pick useful tools to better communicate your business.

  • 9/2 – Marketing Your Brand
  • 9/9 – Picking Your Platform
  • 9/16 – Digital Marketing on a Dime
  • 9/23 – Creating with Canva
  • 9/30 – Planning Your Pivot

Each presentation will be hosted on Zoom. We invite and encourage you to register for all five.

Speaker: Chelsie Beller, East Colorado SBDC

Chelsie Beller, Weld County Business Consultant

The registration form asks pertinent information on your business and will take 2-3 minutes to complete. Since we are a federally funded program and offer this conference at a reduced rate, we ask these business and demographic questions so we can continue to offer you this conference at a subsidized cost. If you have any issues with registering or receiving a confirmation code, please email or call 970-351-4274.

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