Mon, Apr 22 | 200 Executive Blvd S

Empower Hour: Top 10 Tech Tools to Make Your Life Easier

Attend this members-only event to learn about low- and no-cost tech solutions to make you and your staff more efficient at visual design and storytelling, campaign metrics and measurement, social and digital media management, earned media monitoring and pitching and more!
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Empower Hour: Top 10 Tech Tools to Make Your Life Easier

Time & Location

Apr 22, 2019, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
200 Executive Blvd S, 200 Executive Blvd S, Southington, CT 06489, USA

About the Event

At this members-only, limited-seating event, you'll learn about low- and no-cost tech solutions to make you and your staff more efficient with visual design and storytelling , campaign metrics and measurement , social and digital media management , earned media monitoring and pitching , audience research and more!

Join us for a one-hour, must-watch PRSA pre-recorded presentation by Kate Snyder, APR, principal strategist of Piper & Gold Public Relations in a small setting with other PRSA CT members. Lunch will be provided. The presentation will be followed by an optional 30-minute guided discussion by host Alison Skratt, PRSA CT board member and vice president, strategic communications, Community Banking at Webster Bank.

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