Putting yourself in your customer’s shoes is tough – but it’s what you have to do to speak their language and ensure the message they’re looking for is what they hear. This interactive session will guide you to your company’s message, give you tips for refining it, and help you get action from your customers.
The Greenville Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is excited to host Messaging Your Brand. ENGENIUS team members Chris Manley and Catherine Ryan will help us in developing a clear and effective message for your business. The workshop will be held at Greenville SBDC (One North Main ST., Greenville, SC 29601) on Wednesday June 18, from 9:00 am – 11:00 noon. Pre-registration is required.
Please register online at (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/messaging-your-brand-tickets-11177005725). This highly-rated workshop is offered for an investment of $39. For more information, please contact ENGENIUS via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 864-977-1767.
ENGENIUS is a specialty web agency in Greenville, SC dedicated to great websites and measurable results for growing businesses. They craft websites with a purpose. The sites tell a story, demand action, and have a clear path. They are engaging on every device – phone, computer, or tablet. ENGENIUS offers search engine optimization (SEO) to help clients take advantage of the hottest leads available: the ones who are actively looking. They also specialize in content marketing (blogs, social media, email, etc.) to help articulate and spread a client’s message.
Chris Manley is the co-founder, team leader, and chief strategist with fifteen years of experience in marketing communications. A native of the Upstate, he also leads a nonprofit (ReWiGo), is passionately involved in the Greenville community, and is the SBA’s 2013 S.C. Young Entrepreneur of the Year (not to mention, a husband and father of two!)
Catherine Ryan brings a wealth of experience in marketing and communications to the ENGENIUS team, having served in management positions with several nonprofits domestically and internationally. After becoming a Clemson grad, she was a resident of Australia (with her Aussie husband) for five years where she lived by the ocean, travelled, and managed communications for a global international development organization. She and her husband returned to South Carolina in 2012, and now make Greenville their home alongside Baxter their laborador.
Chris was named South Carolina’s 2013 Small Business Administration Young Entrepreneur of the Year. He also serves as a board member for Clemson’s Meals on Wheels, The Little Lights Learning Center and is the Executive Director for ReWiGo Ministries in Greenville, SC.
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