Ask an knowledgeable on digital productiveness and automation

The fee seminar presented by the county teaches how the introduction and automation of technologies can simplify your digital marketing practices

PRESS RELEASE
COUNTY SIMCOE
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On June 23rd, between 10 am and 11:30 am, County Simcoe and partners in the area will present another Ask an Expert virtual session that will focus on digitizing your business and best practices for your marketing strategy.

Digital marketing strategies and tactics are extremely important to the success of any business. However, maintaining consistent, effective, and timely strategies is often time consuming.

In this session, you will learn how technology adoption and automation can simplify your digital marketing practices. Whether you’re managing your social media, online store, advertising, or content creation, this session will share tips and technologies to help you reach your customers and customers with local real-time stories.

Speaker Ben Frisch has been working in marketing and communication for more than 15 years. Since launching BFresh Media in 2015, Ben has worked with many local, national and even global brands and organizations, producing content and providing digital marketing solutions.

In early 2019, Ben had the honor of representing the Digital Main Street Program and becoming the first representative of the Digital Service Squad in the region. Since then, Ben has helped hundreds of companies transform their digital marketing and built a team of great team members to help even more local businesses achieve their digital goals.

This is a free event, but registration is required. To register, click here.

The Ask an Expert webinar series is hosted by Simcoe County, member municipalities, the cities of Barrie and Orillia, the Province of Ontario, the Sandbox Center, the Small Business Center of Barrie, Simcoe County and Orillia, the Bay Small Business Enterprise Center in South Georgia , Orillia Area Community Development Corporation, Nottawasaga Futures, North Simcoe Community Futures Development Corporation, and the Community Futures South Georgian Bay and Georgian College.

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