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See You on the Internet: Avery Swartz’s Tips for Digital Marketing
FridayNovember 203:00PM - 4:30PM Free
Building a solid online presence for your business is more important than ever. Join Avery Swartz, author of See You on the Internet, for this fun presentation on how to grow your brand online without spending a ton. Avery will go over the marketing planning framework she uses with all her clients, and then share tricks and tools for effectively marketing your business online. You’ll walk away with a handful of resources, templates you can reuse, and a list of fun ideas you can try.
Exclusive offer: 100 attendees will receive a free e-book of “See you on the internet” by Avery Swartz. (must be registered and attend the event).
About the Presenter
Avery Swartz is the founder and CEO of Camp Tech, the tech workshop company for non-technical people. She is the author of the best-selling book See You on the Internet: Building Your Small Business with Digital Marketing. Avery is the resident tech expert on CTV Your Morning and has contributed to The Globe and Mail, Chatelaine, and Today’s Parent. Avery hosts the A.I. Meets World podcast from Microsoft and the Globe and Mail Content Studio, and was ranked number 5 on Search Engine Journal’s Top 50 Women in Marketing list. Avery has been a Professor at both Ryerson University and Humber College. She lives in Toronto.
This event is held during ‘Do It In Durham Week’.
Now in its 8th year, ‘Do It In Durham’ is a major part of the Durham Region business calendar. It is our collaborative series of events held during Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW). It is brought to you by local businesses and organizations who are already ‘Doing it in Durham!” Global Entrepreneurship Week is where we celebrate the job creators, innovators, entrepreneurs and businesses GLOBALLY in over 170 countries.