ONLINE: Social Media Breakfast Madison – Isthmus

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Press release: Is there anything in life that you have really ever done alone? If you look closely, it likely took someone else’s help to teach, inspire, or guide you. We live in a world of interdependence that makes the people you know one of your most precious resources.

LinkedIn is known for online networking. However, you can only get the most out of a tool if you understand its full potential. Attend our May event to learn:

  • What makes LinkedIn great for everyone – individuals and businesses.
  • Actionable tips to optimize your profile.
  • This is how you get actively involved and expand your network.

SPEAKER BIO:

Elise Chan (she / she) is the Account Manager at Powderkeg Web Design. She actively uses LinkedIn as a tool to build her personal brand, train digital marketers, find new customers, and support causes she is passionate about, such as mental health, diversity, equity, and inclusion.

You can recognize her by the Tidbit Tuesday instructional video series, where she shares quick tips on digital marketing! Helping people become aware of and capitalize on new opportunities is one of the most rewarding aspects of Elise’s job. Meeting new people is barely a second since many of their most important relationships began on LinkedIn, a fact that really surprises them.

SPONSORS:

NONPROFIT SPOTLIGHT: Art and Literature Laboratory

The Arts + Literature Laboratory (ALL) creates a welcoming community that encourages innovation and the artistic growth of contemporary visual, literary and performing artists. connects artists, resources and community; and drives a passion for art and literature. In less than four years, ALL has grown from a local volunteer arts organization to a regional arts center supporting Midwestern artists and promoting artistic literacy across South Central Wisconsin.

We create space for creative risk-taking and collaboration with integrative programming that intentionally transcends and breaks down socio-economic and cultural barriers. ALL supports over 200 cultural events per year with hundreds of artists, writers and performers: exhibitions, readings, concerts, theater, film / video screenings, panel discussions and more. ALL promotes lifelong participation in the arts through a year-round arts education program for teenagers from preschool through 12th grade and for adult learners, free youth arts promotion programs with partners across the city, and artist professional development programs.

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