WiVLA MONTHLY MEETING: "How to Break Through, Get Noticed, and Be Known!"
Speaker: Sandy Lawrence
July 16, 2019, 5:45pm
Archway Gallery
2305 Dunlavy St.

Here's the thing about marketing and publicity…  We could all use it to further our creative careers. On Tuesday, July 16, Sandy Lawrence, owner of Perceptive Public Relations, and one of Houston's top social media influencers of 2018, will present ways to Be Known.

Sandy reminds us we can:
~Write and publish the perfect book, or the most amazing song or paint the most beautiful picture
~Have the most wonderful business with the coolest products that everyone loves
~Write amazing blog posts and the most gorgeous photos
~Design the perfect marketing materials and logo with an amazing branded look
BUT -- if nobody knows we exist, none of it matters. We need to Be Known.

Sandy will teach us how to move people from not knowing we exist, to knowing who we are. Otherwise, no one will read our blogs, join our email lists, connect with us on social media, or, most importantly, buy our paintings and books! How do you do this? Be there when Sandy outlines the “5 Essential Tips on How to Break Through, Get Noticed and Be Known!” In addition to the useful ideas Sandy will share, she'll give us information on her ongoing live webinar series covering business strategies and marketing for your small business. Read more about Sandy Lawrence at: https://perceptivepublicrelations.com/

Sandy Lawrence, with a background in Marketing and PR, started Perceptive Marketing in July 2002. Perceptive Public Relations has been named a Top 25 PR firm in Houston for five years. Sandy has provided PR & Marketing services for small businesses and authors for over 10 years and she focuses on using social media to get publicity for her clients in the Digital Age.

Come to the July member meeting, bring your friends, and prepare to Be Known!
*we have plenty of nametags and friendly creative women!

5:45 – 6:15 Mix and Mingle with light refreshments
6:15 – 6:30 Short business meeting
6:30 – 7:30 Program with Q&A
7:30 Restore Archway Gallery’s chairs and food bar to their rightful order and then, optionally, go for dinner at Paulie’s (dutch treat, 1834 Westheimer)

"An ekphrastic poem is like a jolt of electricity surging through a work of art"
- Patricia Smith, ARTLines2

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