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November 2013 PDM

November 27, 2013
5:45 PM to 9:00 PM
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Newlands Golf & Country Club
21025 48th Avenue
Langley, BC V3A 3M3

On Wednesday November 27th we are going to hear from Terry Rachwalski of Front Porch Perspectives, about how social and digital media fit in with operations and business. Terry is not talking about how to get more friends on Facebook here, so please believe me when I say you don't want to miss this presentation!

We will also be celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Chapter. We are going all out with an upgraded buffet menu and fabulous door prizes such as a Google Nexus 7 Tablet and a Kindle eReader. As an added bonus we have been hunting down all of the former board members including the chapter founders and many are planning to attend. This is really going to be great!

Getting your Digital Groove in 5 Easy Steps

What you need to know about social and digital media and the effect on operations.

We know the digital age of posting, sharing and reviewing has changed the world What are do you really need to know and how might it affect operations? Terry Rachwalski of Front Porch Perspectives will walk through how social media touches business, and how to get started in digital without being overwhelmed. Attendees can expect to learn about and discuss:

  1. How does social and digital media fit with what we do?
  2. How does it relate to operations?
  3. What works and what doesn't?
  4. What are the elements of a social media and content strategy?

Our Guest Speaker

 Terry Rachwalski, MBA CMC  

A specialist in new media and business development, Terry Rachwalski works with companies from product concept to developing achievable marketing and operational business models and strategies. A skilled integrated marketing and digital specialist, Rachwalski positions her clients for thought leadership and ‘owning’ their web space. Terry honed her expertise over the past ten years while running her management consulting business “Front Porch Perspectives” and working with National Research Council clients on a variety of operational and productivity issues. She is a regular speaker at Canada’s largest Social Media conference, Social Media Camp, and Royal Roads University. Her clients range from industrial, agricultural, and equipment manufacturers to eco-lodges, food and consumer goods. You can follow Terry on twitter @consultingmania