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Log In – Twitter Masterclass

Reinforce Your Brand as an Expert in Your Field
Log In: Twitter Masterclass: Series with Ignite
August 13th, 2019
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
What You'll Gain:
  • Analyze Your Strategy
  • Business Insights
  • Approach to Client Engagement
Cost: $0

WBDC and Thames River Innovation Place (TRIP) invite you for a hands-on, lunch-and-learn-style, workshop to develop your professional Twitter profile. Come with your device in hand to refresh your existing profile, build a new one, or complete those tasks you have been meaning to finish (e.g. creating a company page) while meeting other entrepreneurs.

The workshop with Miria Toth, Community Education Officer of Chelsea Groton Bank will include a general overview of Twitter followed by one-on-one profile reviews. You will gain insights into this business service in order to manage your professional identity and grow your business. This is an opportunity to build and reinvigorate your web presence, implementing effective strategy that reinforces your brand and positions you as an expert contributor in your field.

Spots are limited…register for yours now!

Registration Required/No Charge

Tuesday, August 13 |12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

(Linger and continue working and getting coaching until 2:00 PM)

Location: New London

Co-Host: Thames River Innovation Place


Instructor: Miria Toth
Title: Community Education Officer, Chelsea Groton Bank
Bio: Coming Soon...
Register for Log In: Twitter Masterclass- Series with Ignite
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