Social media insights for the small business

In the midst of Kansas City’s excessive heat warning, entrepreneurs and small business owners alike steered away from their usual morning locations for a FREE small business workshop at the Kauffman Foundation Conference Center.

Sixty entrepreneurs representing a variety of industries — personal trainers, spiritual wellness coaches, public relations consultants, and, let’s not forget, designers — gathered to gain insights for the same purpose: using social media for small business.

Co-founders of SoLVE KC, Aviva Ajmera and Teddi Hernandez, led an outstanding presentation and discussion around making connections and engaging with our communities through social media.

As we evaluate our digital presence, we want to be ready and available for our clients, our prospects, and our communities. Ajmera and Hernandez helped us critique our current strategies, showing us how we can better engage with people and how we can personalize and target our message for those who want to hear it.

If you are an entrepreneur or a small business owner, TCD highly recommends SCORE workshops. (We’ll remind you again that they’re FREE.) We’re lucky that small businesses are so readily supported and connected in Kansas City!

Keep an eye on us, and engage with us, as we continue to get connected with YOU.

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