Tamara Bell, Editor in Chief of Y Gen Out Loud, lecturer at University of Texas Austin, and marketing consultant
LIVE Webinar on September 26, 2012
Giving students the opportunity to roll-up their sleeves and help local businesses is a great way to build their understanding and confidence as they develop their own business ideas. For several semesters, Tamara Bell has asked her students work on group projects to help local entrepreneurs develop marketing campaigns. Tamara also offers seminars on best practices of email and social media marketing to attract audiences from small business and non-profit organizations locally.
In this webinar, we will share practical tips, ideas and resources, and tools available to help you:
Connect students to the local community of entrepreneurs and engage them in the practical how-to’s of marketing and understanding what success looks like
Attract entrepreneurial-minded community members to campus
Raise awareness and visibility of your program as a source of expertise in your community
Don't miss out! Register for this webinar to get all the knowledge you need to guide your young entrepreneurs!
Tamara Bell is an entrepreneur, educator, consultant, and author of the soon-to-be-released Entrepreneurship by Gen Y: 26 Stories of Visionaries Transforming the Future of Business. She’s founder and editor in chief of Y Gen Out Loud, an online news site for Generation Y, and hosts the weekly online radio show Keeping Up with Gen Y. With a Ph.D. in Journalism from The University of Texas at Austin, Tamara also is a lecturer in the Advertising & Public Relations Department at UT.
Anne T. Stone, Market Development Manager at Constant Contact has 20 years of experience in sales and marketing strategy and implementation for start ups and global businesses. Her passion is serving educators and entrepreneurs.