Last fall I had a wonderful time organizing the Women in Biz Network’s first event in Vancouver. It was a great success due to our amazing speakers Heather White and Rebecca Bollwitt. Since then I have been working towards ensuring that we have much more to encourage Vancouverites to join WIBN and provide the type of events that people want. The next Vancouver event is amazingly sold out already. On April 12th, we have the pleasure of presenting and evening with author and speaker, Danielle LaPorte at the Opus Hotel.
However, I do have another event coming up on May 5th. This will be a workshop format. I have had a few people asking me about the ins and outs of YouTube and I was frankly not to sure on the marketing aspect of this, but being that YouTube is HUGE, I knew I had to find people that DID know about it all and could help. And that I did.
On May 5th between 9 am and noon at the Marriott Pinnacle Downtown we are presenting four amazing speakers who will get you and your business ready for the cyber screen.
Next Level Brand Marketing with Video Internet Radio and YouTube wants to give you a visual edge over your competitor and help you engage and speak face to face with your potential customers/clients. Our speakers will be able to take you through every step to get you ready to shine above your competition.
Christine Till is with Practical Podcasting. Christine’s goal is to help small business find their unique position in the marketplace through the use of podcasting. She has 20 + years of marketing experience was a business consultant with the Fraser Valley College and taught marketing and business there. She specializes in podcasting and public speaking. She teaches people how to use podcasting to build relationships with their clients.
Mick Lolekonda is the driving force behind Red Sneakers Mediaworks. Red Sneakers believes that people have natural gifts that they can leverage to not only lead fulfilling and meaningful lives on their own terms, but to also make a difference in other people’s lives around the world. They believe that these people and their businesses are worth promoting because the world needs to know they exist.
Pamela Wise of Personal Brand Stories. Pamela Wise is a triple threat expert: marketing people for the screen, lifestyle advertising and the boardroom. As a talent agent for print and TV, and acting coach specializing in auditioning, she has matched hundreds of people and brands. In social media our client want to connect with us more then ever thru video and images. As we emerge from behind our logos, understanding our personal brand and how what we are projecting is paramount to building solid and successful business relationships.
Jaeny Baik says learning how to be great on camera is a crucial life skill that goes beyond video. She’s experienced it herself. As a former CBC TV host and seasoned journalist, Jaeny worked 10 years at the CBC as a host, reporter and producer. Her first TV program, “Living Winnipeg” won a prestigious Gracie Allen Award from New York City. When she took the hosting helm at “Living Vancouver” viewership shot up by 40%. Jaeny also spent years helping to produce million dollar film shoots for advertising commercials. She knows what to say and how to say it with fun and impact! Jaeny now coaches on-camera performance, creates online video strategy and web videos for businesses through Jaeny Baik Media,http://www.JaenyBaik.com
As the Vancouver Director for Women in Biz Network, I want to keep doing more events and workshops. I urge you to take a look at their membership page and sign up. Businesses are more successful when we can network and support each other. WIBN is a great organization for that. They are also on their second year of their two day conferencein Toronto and it would be fabulous to have a similar conference here in Vancouver for us West Coasters. They key to social media is engagement and that is why I am passionate about organizations like the WIBN and the networking and educational opportunities they allow.