DPC Social Impact Meeting - How do you tell your story to achieve your goals?
“Marketing Ideas on how to share your vision to the Community.
Please join us as Julie Poulos, Vice President of Red Caffeine shares with us:
How to break down each of your different audience profiles
Developing the value propositions for each audience type
Designing a content plan that motivates each audience type
Determine the best tactics to reach your audiences
Determine key performance indicators (KPI's) to measure impact to goal
Julie has stories of her own to share so be prepared to learn and laugh!
Continental Breakfast will be provided.
Social Impact meetings will be held monthly on the 3rd Wednesday, 8 a.m., in the Chamber office. We look forward to learning more about the mission and needs of your organization.
Together, we will decide on topics for future meetings. The small registration fees collected for these meetings will go towards our marketing out reach for the non for profit resource fair in August.
What? The DPC Social Impact Meeting is open to Non For Profit Professionals & Company Leaders looking to get involved personally and professionally, whether you work in the corporate or non-profit sector, and/or whether you’re contributing to social impact or just wanting to learn more about the non for profits in our Community.
Why? DPC members are interested in how our society works together – in business, non-profits, community investment, social innovation and enterprise, with responsibility, impact and sustainability. At this meeting we will network with other like minded organizations and individuals and learn from each other. At these monthly meetings you will enjoy great group discussions, professional educational opportunities, as well as explore ways we can work together to help each other on our day to day challenges. We are also planning a Non For Profit Resource Fair -in August.
We aim to build a regional community around deep and complex topics facing the non-profit sector. We believe that wisdom develops in each of us and the more that we share this wisdom with one another, the richer we become as a community.