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VISUAL MARKETING (HILO)

Jul
30
2019
Tue 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Topic: Marketing and Sales

.Visual Marketing is proving to be the most effective method of customer-brand connection. In easy to understand language, come learn what visual marketing is and how you can start using it. “A picture is worth a thousand words...” ...if a picture can say, in a brief moment, what it takes 1,000 words to convey, why wouldn’t we? Visuals have the power to evoke emotions in a visceral way. They can tell us whole stories in a fraction of the time reading would take, which makes them the perfect ‘pattern interrupt’ to use to get noticed online. Effective attention getting that the audience remembers generates more leads = more sales! Learn visual marketing strategies, why they work and view a few graphic tools that can help you and your organization get noticed. Fee is $25. Registration required at www.hisbdc.org by July 29th. Fee is non-refundable unless the workshop is canceled by SBDC. For more information contact 933-0776.

Speaker(s): Wayne Wong, SBDC Director, Maui


Fee: $ 25.00

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Phone: 808-933-0776

Location

Hawaii Innovation Center
117 Keawe St. Hilo, HI 96720

 

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