Thursday, November 9, 2017 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM CST
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320 N Damen Avenue
First floor
Chicago, IL 60612

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Natalie Shmulik 

SEO Tips for Startup Food & Beverage Businesses

This discussion-based workshop will go over the importance and benefits of having a well-executed Search Engine Optimization (SEO) program. Entrepreneurs will learn what SEO is, as well as practical tips to implement right away into their digital marketing strategy to drive growth and awareness of their food & beverage brand.

About the Speaker:

Jason Baumann is the Founder and Chief Digital Strategist at Boxless Media – a full service digital marketing agency with locations in downtown Chicago and suburban Bloomingdale. With more than 20 years in web development experience and expertise in search engine marketing, social media and online reputation management, Jason brings a multidisciplinary approach to Boxless’ clients. Prior to founding Boxless, Jason spent most of his career working in both corporate and non-profit organization in marketing, fundraising and technology – more specifically where all these disciplines intersect. 

Boxless Media

Boxless Media is a full-service digital marketing agency, helping brands grow online. From web development to traffic building strategies and content management, Boxless creates campaigns that inspire and influence. We do something far more valuable than just create pretty websites. We create strategies that bring people to your sites, capture their interest and convert them into customers. Through strategic social media, digital advertising and search engine optimization, we create customers. Our continuing education workshops help keep you abreast with these fast-paced platforms and the evolving features that help create exciting new ways to convert potential clients into existing customers.

This seminar is produced by The Hatchery, a collaboration between ICNC and Accion Chicago to bring education, capital, and support to the Chicagoland food entrepreneur community. Food entrepreneurship programming is funded in part by: