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Enterprise University Presents: How to Use Social Media as a Business Development Tool

Many companies think social media is all about marketing and advertising but social networks are actually online networking events that go on 24 hours a day. Since you do not have time to network 24/7, you need a system to help you maximize your referral opportunities while minimizing time spent in the social networks. This session introduces you to ThinkViral’s “SmartSocial” system, which is designed to help you increase business referrals by implementing a weekly process to “work” your social networks.

Instructor: Court Allam, Social Media Coach ThinkViral LLC


Thursday, May 11 @ 8:30 am - 11:30 am
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Hallbrook Country Club
11200 Overbrook Road
Leawood, KS 66211


For more information contact:
Nicki Duhn
Enterprise Bank & Trust
(913) 791-9139

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