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Women TIES Marketing Seminar: 10 Success Tips on Incorporating Sponsorship and Collaborative Marketing in 2017 Sponsored by Illume Projects and Murphy Grant Consulting and the Writer's Block Party
This event is being rescheduled from 1/17 to 2/7. Please sign up for this excellent event!
Revenue production is essential to small businesses and so is effective cost saving collaborative marketing. One way to increase revenue in a fun and collaborative nature is through sponsorship marketing. In fact, this very coffee meet & greet and marketing seminar will demonstrate how two women collaborated on a program topic, sponsorship and marketing opportunities to increase visibility and revenue while educating others. Sponsorship marketing and collaborative marketing is something you need to plan to use in 2017.
At the Women TIES Special Marketing Seminar "10 Success Tips on Incorporating Sponsorship and Collaborative Marketing into Your Business in 2017," learn from two marketing experts - Generations Bank Marketing Officer Katie MacIntyre and Women TIES President Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham.
Walk away understanding how to use sponsorship and collaborative marketing to your advantage in 2017. In fact, the two presenters are allowing the admission fee of the event to be a tax donation to 261Fearless.org and their 2017 Boston Marathon run efforts. Come see for yourself how to dream up an event with someone else and use your marketing resources to spread the news, increase visibility and share business tips with others.
January is the perfect time to plan your events and collaboration calendar to kick-off the New Year in a more success orientated revenue and planning mode. This is the seminar for you!
This event will also give attendees a chance to promote their 2017 specials and purchase raffle tickets to win one or more of these valuable gifts donated by the speakers:
One year banner advertisement in the Wednesday Wisdom to promote you or your business (the Wednesday Wisdom goes out to 3,000 women weekly and there are 52 editions - that is a lot of branding and exposure!) (Valued at $1,200)
90 Minute sponsorship marketing consultation with Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham of Women TIES, LLC
A three pack of business books donated by Women TIES.
A LinkedIn Profile Consultation with Katie MacIntyre (Value $100)
A Marketing Brainstorm Lunch with Katie MacIntyre (Value $150)
Plus a few other special items.....
The event is sponsored in part by: Illume Projects, LLC is an independent, woman-owned consulting practice serving Central New York. Illume CEO Kelly White is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) from the Project Management Institute. Established in 2011, Illume specializes in helping busy small business owners and nonprofit executives save time and work more effectively through project planning, project management and process improvement. Illume works with organizations on needs-based project implementation, workshops and consulting as well as long-term retainers for ongoing organizational development. Illume Projects is proud to be a certified Women Business Enterprise (WBE) by the state of New York. Visit www.illumeprojects.com and sign up for our enewsletter.
The second sponsor is Murphy Grant Consulting and the Writer's Block Party who is looking for contributions to "NY Votes for Women: A Suffrage Centennial Anthology" from women. Stacey Murphy will explain why she is looking for poetry and short prose by February 10th related to that movement and related events that came after! This is an exciting marketing piece to be a part of! Find out more at https://suffragestories.wordpress.com/about/ and also www.murphygrantconsulting.com.
About the Presenter
Katie MacIntyre is the Assistant Vice –President, Marketing Officer for Generations Bank, working out of their Seneca Falls headquarters. She has nearly 20 years experience in a variety of sales, marketing & PR roles which have allowed her to live across the North East of the United States and travel extensively domestically and internationally.
Katie is a passionate builder of community and loves meeting people. She serves as a social media manager/blogger for ABC Cayuga; a Parent Leader for New York State and a member of the National Parent Council for the Alliance of Children's Trusts Funds. Katie has led sessions at the NYS Child Abuse Prevention Conference on Community Cafés and Protective Factors for several years and recently presented at the BizBuzz Social Media Conference. Her passion is to share her enthusiasm and energy with all people but especially with children and parents to help foster the best environment for their families to thrive.
Katie is a master at scheduling time to give back and in addition to her career as a marketing leader, she is a member of the Board of Directors of the YMCA-WEIU of Auburn and Skaneateles and serves as the Race Director for the Women's Right to Run 19K 5K - the inaugural took place in Seneca Falls in May 2016. She has made her home in Auburn for the past 10 years (except for a 5 year stint in the Nation's Capital). She loves to write, tell stories and is a contributing columnist to The Citizen Newspaper. She was named one of the CNY's 40 under Forty in 2014 and received the WCNY MAKERS award in 2016.
Higginbotham is a graduate of the State University of New York at Oswego where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and post graduate studies in Business Management. Higginbotham is a Board Member of SUNY Oswego School of Business Advisory Board.
Tracy's dedication to supporting women entrepreneurship was recognized by the Small Business Administration twice – once in 2005 and again in 2011 when she received the Region II "Women Owned Business Champion Award." The Women Business Champion award is given to someone for their significant contributions as an outstanding small business person and for dedicated support of small business.
She was the columnist of the Syracuse Post Standard's "Ask the Entrepreneur" column for 11 years from 2001-2012. She is a sought-after speaker and a published writer whose inspirational short stories and articles appear in several national publications and books, including the 2009 "Chicken Soup for the Soul: Power Moms."
Women TIES is proud to be a media sponsor for the wonderful Guardian Angel Society, started by Father Joseph Champlin.
The 20th Annual Swinging Sweet Cabaret raises much needed funds all while celebrating love and friendship.
The event will be held in the magnificent restored historic hotel. Enjoy delicious dining selections, decadent desserts and two complimentary bottles of wine per table.
Dancing "Move to the Music" features the spectacular DeSantis Orchestra Dance Mix featuring the "Celebrate 20" All Stars! Keith Condon, Gary Branch, Isreal Hagan, Joe Whiting, Maria DeSantis and Michael Ranalli. The Black Tie optional evening also includes a basket raffle.
Sponsorship opportunities or to place an ad in the event program book, contact GuardianAng3elSoc.org.
About the Presenter
Father Champlin's Guardian Angel Society is celebrating 20 years of helping children in need to Build a Path to Success. This year we are honoring all those who helped change a generation of children and kept Father Champlin's dream alive.
Father Champlin's Guardian Angel Society is an organization dedicated to providing tuition assistance, mentoring and tutoring services to help build a path to success for students in financial need from diverse cultural and religious backgrounds.
Women's Athletic Network Presents Support of "Pink Day at the Dome - Cheering on the Syracuse University Women's Basketball Team
Women TIES and all it's followers who believe in "Women supporting women in business, sports, equality and life" are invited to wear their pink and join us to fill up the Dome and cheer on the talented Syracuse University Women's Basketball Team on "Pink Day."
Our world will be better when more women support female athletes! Let's shine the Dome pink during this game. Bring your business cards for networking, your pink attire, your loud voices and anyone you know to fill up the Dome and show love and support to female athletes during Valentine's Day Weekend!
We will try to coordinate a pre-game or post-game reception for more networking. Stay tuned!
In this special time of giving, we hope you consider donating to Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham's 2017 Boston Marathon dream on the 261Fearless.org team. $7,261 need to be raised for Tracy to run at Boston and run with women entrepreneurs and friends who donate to her cause.
If you are looking for a charitable tax deduction before the end of 2016 and want PR for yourself and your company from when you donate to April 30, 2017, go to this link to donate https://www.crowdrise.com/261FearlessBoston2017/fundraiser/tracychamberlainhigginbotham. Please copy the url and put it in your browser.
Your name will appear on the 261Fearless page until after the race and again in Women TIES PR. If you are interested in seeing the benefits for donations about $150, go to this link: http://womenties.com/admin/ww_form.cfm?mode=Modify&WWID=501.
If you have any questions, please call the Women TIES Office at 315-708-4288. Thank you for your generosity.
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