Start + Grow Your Business
Who can you count on to make you look good? Who do you rely on to make sure you’re saying the right things to the media? Who’s your on-demand stylist? Who’ll give you true and real-time information about what’s going on in your community and around the world?
Designing the right messages for businesses starts with good, old-fashioned planning and putting pen to paper. You can begin your champion diary, have one person coaching you through all of those tasks, or you hire an agency to get this handled. This workshop will coach you on how to go write before things go left.
Together, we'll audit all press, editorial passages, social media, and web content to understand who the public has seen so far, then we'll write out who you want to be for your community.
About the Presenter:
Shannon McFarland is Venture Associate at High Street Equity Partners, focusing on communications and content strategy. Shannon is a seasoned communications professional with experience across sports, media and entertainment in major US markets. Prior to joining High Street Equity Partners, Shannon founded Champion Diaries Management to support athletes, entrepreneurs, and government agencies, with a focus on messaging and brand positioning. Born and raised in Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, Shannon is a graduate of Clark Atlanta University, and Florida International University.
Telling Your Story is a four-part series including Research & Identity (June 22), Design & Create (July 6), Branding & Positioning Power (July 20), and Insights & Mindful Leadership (August 3). You are welcome to attend one or more!
Registration is encouraged.
+Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Office Hours, Thursdays from 12-3 pm (except July 20)
Starting or growing your business? Champaign.org/launch
Registration is closed.
Main Library, Robeson Pavilion Room C
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