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A CoWorking Space With the Heart of Ferndale
These days, when you are launching a new business or trying to grow your freelance gig into a full-time career, you are almost always going to need to go online. And that can be intimidating. So PatchWork Collective has gathered a panel of web professionals to guide you through (almost) everything you need to know about marketing your startup on the web. Join us for The Web-iverse:
Small Business Online Marketing on Tuesday, April 9, 2019 at 12:00.
At PatchWork Collective, we talk to small business owners every day. We know that for a lot of startups, there can be more questions about web marketing than there are hours in the day. From websites to social media, there is always something new to learn, and to screw up. The worry that your website is a turn off, or sending the wrong message can keep you from taking the necessary steps to grow your business.
But fear not! Worrying about web marketing doesn’t have to consume your day or take away from the important work that you are doing. What if you could get your questions answered over lunch?
That’s the idea behind the upcoming panel, The Web-iverse: Small Business Online Marketing. The event brings together a web developer, designer, and content writer, to give you an overview of all things web and answer your questions about marketing your startup online.
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If you think the idea of diving into the Web-iverse over lunch sounds appealing, now is your chance. The Web-iverse Small Business Online Marketing Panel will happen in PatchWork’s WorkShop on Tuesday, April 9, 2019, from 12:00-1:00 p.m. You’ll get face-to-face time with these experienced professionals, so bring your questions and your favorite take-out lunch.
This is a free brown-bag event, but space is limited, so reserve your spot today!
"Emotional Intelligence: The Misunderstood Factor For Success"
Dr. Michael L Schwartz to speak about "Emotional Intelligence: The Misunderstood Factor For Success" on Monday, March 11, 6:00 pm at:
22007 Woodward Avenue
Among the questions that are often asked about Emotional Intelligence (EI) are:
What is Emotional Intelligence (EI)?
Is EI a real and measurable intelligence?
Why is it that some people with a supposedly high Cognitive Intelligence (aka: a high IQ) experience less “success” less others with the same or lower IQ?
Are there other types of intelligence?
These, and other questions, will be addressed in this presentation.
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