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Thank you to everyone who participated in the last Look Business Wise Seminar that took place on March 14, 2017! After an overwhelming response on the feedback forms to include a session on social media, we are happy to announce that our next seminar will be a panel of three social media experts who will be speaking on their own personal and business experience in the field. And who better to moderate the session than our own past-Looker Gregory Moore, co-host of The Justin and Greg Show and Chief Tactician at Pidgeon Social.

Sitting on the panel, we are excited to announce the following speakers:

Mark Heise – Rebellion Brewing

Mark comes from the IT industry, where he spent 17 years of his life doing just about everything from accounting, financial management, desktop support, network security… and the list goes on! After developing a passion for craft beer in the early 2000’s, Mark entered his first home brew competition in 2006. His passion became an obsession and he is now a local business owner of one of Regina’s finest breweries, Rebellion Brewing. Since openings its doors, the craft brewery has unleashed a variety of unique beers and participated in many events and promotions around the city.

Mark joins us to talk about how he and his team have been able engage with their audience through the use of their online presence and social media accounts.

Adrienne Ivey – Rancher in Ituna, Saskatchewan

Adrienne is a farm girl at heart. She, her husband and their wonderful two children live in Ituna, Saskatchewan where they ranch. When she isn’t driving a tractor or caring for their cattle, she dedicates her time to engaging with consumers through her social media and blog, View From the Ranch Porch. Her goal is to bridge the gap between Canadian farmers and those who eat the food they are producing. In addition to this, she was also the driving force behind Ituna’s recent bid for the Kraft Hockeyville competition, where they made it to the final round.

Adrienne joins us to talk about her passion connecting people and important matters using social media and blogging.

Suzanne Barber – Hillberg & Berk

As the Digital Strategist for Canadian jewellery company, Hillberg & Berk, Suzanne is always on her toes. Since starting with the company, she and her team have grown the online Facebook following over 250% and website store traffic over 80%. Her hard work and dedication to the company landed Suzanne an opportunity to speak as a panelist at the Facebook Boost Your Business event at the beginning of 2017. Because of her and the team’s efforts at this event, Facebook recently published a Facebook for Business success story on Hillberg & Berk.

Suzanne joins us to talk about how she has helped increase Hillberg & Berk’s online social media presence, and some of the challenges that went along with it.

Audience participation is welcome and encouraged, as we will be asking all attendants to write a question down before the presentation. During the presentation, Greg will be picking questions to ask the panelists. We want the opportunity for you to ask the questions that matter to you and your business.

Look is excited to host our presenters and moderator at the next Business Wise Seminar. Seats are limited, so be sure to purchase tickets today! The luncheon will run for approximately an hour and a half with a question and answer period after, and a networking session beforehand.

The event details are as follows:

When: Tuesday, May 16
Where: Travelodge Hotel – 4177 Albert Street South (parking available in front or behind the hotel)
Time:

11:00 am – 11:45 am – Arrival, check-in and networking
11:45 am – 12:00 pm sharp – Lunch is served
12:00 pm – 12:55 pm – Presentation
12:55 pm – 1:00 pm – Questions and closing remarks.

Please RSVP by clicking the purchase ticket button. If you have questions, please call Ryan at 306-757-2415.

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