Social Media for Small Business – The Dos and Don’ts – Breakfast Event at the Amica Theatre West Vancouver

Event Details

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Amica Theatre

This informative breakfast meeting will give you some excellent tips on what to do and not do with your small business social media.

Guest Speakers:

Catherine (Cat) Barr – Owner, WestVancouver.com & NorthVancouver.com

Since 1996, Cat Barr has reported on all aspects of life in Vancouver and has over 15,000 photos and articles published in print. She is the founder/owner of WestVancouver.com and NorthVancouver.com and is a pioneer in the web publishing industry. An accredited journalist, with a background in print, television, radio and production, she is best known for her social event columns and celebrity photos in various newspapers and magazines.
Topic: Social Media Secrets

Nick Bellamy – Owner, Adaptive Marketing Solutions

Topic: Online transparency and how to respond to criticism and or negative reviews online

Nick Bellamy is the owner of Adaptive Marketing Solution and has worked in sales for over 10 years, with over 3 years of marketing experience. He has worked in a variety of industries including: food, retail, automotive, and advertising (newspapers and magazines). He understands the challenges and the opportunities that are in the North Shore, Vancouver, North Vancouver and West Vancouver.

Nick has been nominated as a young entrepreneur for the North Vancouver Chamber of Commerce’s 2013 Business Excellence Awards. He is also Google Adword’s and Google Analytic’s certified, and is registered in the Google Partner program.

Tickets include coffee/tea & a light breakfast complements of our Venue Sponsor, Amica West Vancouver

Chamber members: $25 * Non-member $35

For more information about this event or to purchase your ticket please visit www.westvanchamber.com

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