Central Fort Bend Chamber Hosts Working Lunch Series
Digital Marketing Strategies for Small Businesses
Central Fort Bend Chamber hosted its Working Lunch Series on Digital Marketing Strategies at Fort Bend Country Club, February 16, bringing 29 local business owners and employers together to learn how to better utilize the internet to grow their business.
Glenn Smith of Glenn Smith Executive Coaching presented topics focused on lead generation, Google analytics, in-bound marketing, digital marketing statistics, reasons to be mobile-ready, goal setting, search engine optimization, the 5 types of websites, setting calls to action, benefits to blog posting, and more. “Ninety-seven percent of consumers will check you out online before they do business with you. Having the right strategies in place is essential to your digital success”, says Smith. The presentation was followed with Q&A to address specific circumstances.
Smith specializes in helping business owners and executives improve their businesses and their lives. He is a Google Trusted Agent and provides consulting and training on how to leverage Google products to grow business. For more than 15 years, Smith has been coaching business and organizational leaders and has been a keynote speaker/trainer for several Franchise Companies. For more information visit http://www.GlennSmithCoaching.com.
The Central Fort Bend Chamber’s Working Lunch Series focuses on technical education topics for small business and is held the third Thursday of each month. Join the Chamber for the next Working Lunch Series on Business Safety & Crime Prevention on March 24th with Lieutenant Chad Pino from the Rosenberg Police Department.
Sponsorships are available for $500 for the Working Lunch Series. The cost of the luncheon is $25 for Chamber members and $35 for non-members.
For more information on how to sponsor or register, go to www.CFBCA.org or call the Chamber at 281-342-5464.
The Central Fort Bend Chamber is a 106 year old non-profit membership organization dedicated to creating a strong local economy where businesses can prosper. The Central Fort Bend Chamber advocates for over 1,000 local businesses led by a volunteer board of directors who are dedicated to sustaining Fort Bend County’s quality of life, and keeping our community and economy vibrant.