Feel like there’s a new “must-do” marketing tactic in your inbox every week?
Overwhelmed with where to start?
Or not sure what you really NEED to do?
Even if you have marketing completely figured out, do you feel like there’s never enough time or money to get it all done?
This event is for you!
Our panelists will break it all down.
This power panel will answer these questions and more!
Strategy: How do you figure out where to start or which marketing programs will really grow your business?
Products: What tools are available to you at no or low cost?
Services: When is it time to hire a freelancer or consultant to help implement marketing programs? How do you find great help? For more information and to RSVP, click here: http://bit.ly/2elz4rk

Location: 5028 Wisconsin Ave NW, Ste 100, Washington DC

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