Learn how to build content and visuals for your small business that look like they were created by a marketing professional.
The RWEIT program in partnership with Community Futures Lesser Slave Lake Region present this Marketing Lunch & Learn Series, a set of workshops where attendees will gain confidence in using several different marketing tools to grow their businesses.
In the second workshop, attendees will learn about Canva! Design smarter, not harder. Building the content and visuals for your business can be simple. In fact, within hours, you will be creating content you would have only expected from marketing professionals. Canva is a tool that allows you to design, develop and publish your content all with a few clicks. The process can grow your reach, engage your audience and free up time with automatic posting!
Register for one or all of the workshops! Each week will build on the last.
NEXT WORKSHOPS IN THE SERIES:
Marketing Lunch & Learn: Design by Platform (Instagram, Facebook, & LinkedIn)
Monday, March 27, 2023 (12:00 PM – 1:00 PM)
Design and posting strategies for Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Not all platforms are created equally, making developing successful social media habits tricky. We’ll talk about how and when to post on the platforms and whom you will likely reach with based on your actions.
Marketing Lunch & Learn: Design by Platform (Twitter, TikTok, & Google)
Monday, April 3, 2023 (12:00 PM – 1:00 PM)
In part two of designing and posting strategies for platforms, we will look at Twitter, TikTok and Google. We will review habits for posting, processes and timelines for return on investment into these platforms.
Meet Your Presenter: Wendy Muise, Ground Floor Labs
Wendy Muise has always been an entrepreneur and loves the ability to spend time helping others with their businesses. With a background in tech and innovation start-ups, Wendy has been a part of a team that took a product from an idea to IPO and a $121 million market valuation.
Spending the last ten years focusing on strategic practices in entrepreneurship, Wendy has worked in communities during disaster recovery supporting existing and new entrepreneurs to grow their businesses.