Boot Camp Digital interactive workshop on Oct. 20

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Bring your laptop, grab your smart phone and join us on Oct. 20 for this 2.5 hour interactive workshop, led by Boot Camp Digital.

During this session, you’ll learn:

  • the newest ways to get noticed – when attention spans are increasingly limited – through email, websites, social media, intranets, video
  • trends that work, those that don’t
  • how to measure results.

bootcamp-digitalBoot Camp Digital is a global digital marketing training  company that has helped P&G, Google, GE and other major corporations get real results. With over 10 years of experience Boot Camp Digital’s programs are consistently top-rated because they are practical, action-oriented and get results. Learn more here.

The cost for members is $39, and the cost for prospective members is $79. Breakfast and networking will be 8 to 8:30 a.m., with the workshop taking place from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Interact for Health is located at 3805 Edwards Rd., Suite 500, in the Rookwood Tower in Norwood.

Seating is limited and our sessions fill up quickly. Reserve today! Register by noon Friday, Oct. 13!

We’re all Team Fiona

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Fiona was the star on September 28, 2017, when The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden hosted the first program of the year. After hearing Chad Yelton, VP of Marketing & Communications, and Michelle Curley, Communications Director, share the risks and rewards of telling the world about the now-famous premature baby hippopotamus, attendees got to meet the cutie herself.

It’s safe to say everyone left as full-fledged members of #teamfiona!

Michelle Curley and Chad Yelton talk about the Fiona Phenomenon

 

 

Making the most out of your membership

Chapter president Teresa Zumwald recently shared on LinkedIn her personal tips for getting the most out of professional organizations like IABC.  Among her observations from 28 years as a communications entrepreneur:

“I sometimes see longtime members of professional organizations revert to nonmember status when they change jobs, and their new employer no longer foots the bill for their membership in a professional organization. This is unfortunate – not only for the professional organization, but even more so for the longtime member, who gets cut off from the local and national professional networks; misses exclusive, professional development content; and loses access to insider opportunities (not to mention the long list of member-only discounts available in most organizations).”

Read her full post to see why participation in organizations like IABC matters to your personal and professional development.

Have a tip to share with other IABC of Greater Cincinnati members? Submit them here.