Building Buzz for Organizations and How To Get It Right

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Hosted by Roosevelt University

Roosevelt University - Auditorium Building 430 S. Michigan Avenue, Room 528 Chicago IL




This session includes four panelists representing small business & entrepreneurial organizations. They’ll answer questions about pitching, making connections, their social media strategies, the platforms best suited for their missions, what produced the best buzz, and attracted new members. A video of each organization will be played at the end. Entrepreneurs are invited to participate in the Q&A that follows.

Speakers:
– Jason Jacobsohn, Director of The Founder Institute Chicago Chapter.
– Mike Cavanaugh, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Small Business Advocacy Council.
– Shalom Klein, Founder of Jewish B2B Networking, Arevim Entrepreneurship Center, and The Career Institute, LLC.
– Megan Wessels, Chicago Chapter President for the National Association of Professional Women.

Moderator:
La’Shon Anthony, owner of visuals4u, is a consultant, promoter, designer, and fundraiser. La’Shon is also a writer for several online sites, a public speaker, and mentor for small businesses & teens.

ROOM CHANGE: The event will now be in the Auditorium Building of Roosevelt at 430 S. Michigan Ave., Room 628 in Chicago.


Venue & Location

Roosevelt University - Auditorium Building

430 S. Michigan Avenue, Room 528
Chicago, IL





Social Media Week

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Building Buzz for Organizations and How To Get It Right

Hosted by Roosevelt University






  • La'Shon Anthony

    La'Shon Anthony

    Small Business Consultant

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  • Mike Cavanaugh

    Mike Cavanaugh

    Co-Founder and Executive Director

    Small Business Advocacy Council

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  • Jason Jacobsohn

    Jason Jacobsohn

    Director

    The Founder Institute - Chicago Chapter

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  • Shalom Klein

    Shalom Klein

    Founder

    Jewish B2B Networking

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  • Megan Wessels

    Megan Wessels

    Chicago Chapter President

    National Association of Professional Women

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