Kim Landry will show small business leaders how to stomp the competition in her presentation: Bigfoot Will Be Found: Why and How to have a Monstrous Digital Footprint.
Landry’s talk on October 4 at 6:30 pm at The Wharton School of Business is one of 40 events scheduled across the city for Philadelphia Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week. Admission to her session is $20. To register, visit www.digitalbigfoot.eventbrite.com.
“I am delighted to take part in this annual effort to help minority businesses grow and thrive,” said Landry, who is also a managing partner of the Marcom Alliance. “Creating a strong digital presence is a key marketing tactic for every business and I look forward to sharing my expertise on this subject with MED Week participants.”
Hollister Creative is a national award-winning marketing communications agency focused on the needs of service businesses and nonprofits. The agency’s clients are clustered in the fields of business and professional services and software, education, health and human services, charities and causes, manufacturing, real estate, home and facility services, culture, entertainment, media and sports.
To learn more about MED Week, visit: https://business.phila.gov/medweek/
About Kim Landry
Kim Landry is a marketing strategy consultant, president of Hollister Creative and a Managing Partner in the MarCom Alliance. She is known as a problem solver for ambitious leaders who want to grow their business or nonprofit in size, influence or impact. She views marketing as a competitive sport in which the goal is to win market share. Kim is vice chair of the board at The Main Line Chamber of Commerce, a Philadelphia Business Journal Women of Distinction honoree, and a graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program. She is an active volunteer with the United Way.
About MED Week
MED Week 2016, October 3-7, will feature 40+ events, including educational workshops, interactive panel discussions, one-on-one coaching, and opportunities to meet with procurement officers from city government and are universities. MED Week is a joint initiative of the City of Philadelphia’s Department of Commerce, the African-American Chamber of Commerce of PA, NJ & DE, the Asian American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia, the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Minority Business Development Agency.
This year’s event theme is Philadelphia: The Center of Opportunity, Building Capacity for Prosperity.