Sack Lunch Workshop: Creating a communications plan

Thursday, June 28 2018 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM [PST]

600 NE Grand Avenue, Portland, OR, 97232, United States

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Thursday, June 28 2018 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM [PST]

Metro Regional Center, 600 NE Grand Avenue, Portland, OR, 97232, United States.


Creating a communications plan

If you can take little bites of your marketing tasks, you can get the traction you need to get attention for your business. But first, we’ve got to ask the big questions. What is your mission and vision? What are your goals and objectives? Are they specific, measurable, realistic, time based and attainable? That is what your plan will help you define. We’ll also go into how to farm out your tasks so you aren’t stuck doing everything.


Small Business Participants will learn how to:


  • Create your vision and mission!
  • Discover your objectives and goals
  • Get down to the nitty gritty with tactics
  • Decide which social media, website and newsletter tasks you will do
  • Get help-how to farm out


Bring your lunch and learn how to improve your small business marketing strategy.

Attendees are eligible for 2 free hours of one-on-one follow-up consultation.

Presenter: Mazarine Treyz, CEO, Wild Social Media LLC, Author, The Wild Woman’s Guide to Social Media

If you’re looking for a dynamic workshop that ALSO helps you learn a lot, come to this workshop! We specialize in having fun and getting things done! We have taught over 17,000 people, including government and small businesses how to use social media to sell products and services online. Previous clients include: Oregon SBDC and the City of Austin Texas. One of our websites has over 50,000 monthly readers.  The Wild Woman’s Guide to Social Media book received 5 stars from

Metro Procurement Services

METRO'S PROCUREMENT SERVICES facilitates the procurement and contracting process for all departments throughout Metro to ensure quality purchases that support Metro's mission. Diversity in contracting is a critical component of Metro's mission to plan for the region's future and ensure that it remains a great place to live. By actively involving minority business enterprises, woman owned business enterprises, service disabled veteran owned businesses and emerging small businesses in the pool of business opportunities, we can help expand the economic opportunities in the region. FOR QUESTIONS CONTACT: Tracy Sagal, Senior Procurement Analyst;; 503-813-7596

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