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Marketing 101 for Small Business
Thursday, April 5, 2012 from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM (CDT)
Marketing guru and New York Times blogger M.P. Mueller will share her expertise with Austin small business owners in this free breakfast session, presented as a community service by the Austin Advertising Federation and Austin Chamber of Commerce. She will describe how business owners can differentiate themselves from their competition and how to develop messaging that will tell their company’s unique story. There are many, many tools in the advertising and marketing tool shed. Mueller will help business owners understand how to choose the ones that will most benefit their business, within their budgets.
M.P. Mueller is the founder and president of Door Number 3, one of the country’s leading boutique advertising shops. She also writes "Branded" for the New York Times blog, “You’re the Boss: The Art of Running a Small Business.”
This free session is geared toward small business owners in Greater Austin, but all are welcome.
PARKING AT THE TEXAS LAW CENTER:
On-street parking is available near the Law Center, which is at 1414 Colorado (between 14th and 15th Streets). Other nearby options include:
Capitol Visitors Parking Garage at San Jacinto between 12th and 13th streets (free for two hours then .75 cents each thirty minutes up to $6)
Wells Fargo Bank Building Parking Garage at 400 W. 15th St. (enter at 16th and Guadalupe) $5 per hour, maximum $12
When & Where
Austin Advertising Federation / Austin Chamber of Commerce
Austin Advertising Federation
Hang with the people who shape the image of Austin advertising. We're writers, designers, filmmakers, Web heads, producers, printers, publicists and graphics houses. We're CDs, AEs, CEOs, students, rookies and retirees. We're the people who create and people who buy creative and sell creative and hire creatives and execute creatively and promote creativity.
Austin Chamber of Commerce
The Austin Chamber of Commerce is a private, non-profit, membership-driven organization comprised of 2,400+ business enterprises, civic organizations, educational institutions and individuals. Its mission is to provide leadership that facilitates the creation of a prosperous regional economy and effective advocacy for its members.