Registration Now Open for 50 Communication Hacks – A WriterGal Event
Better, Faster, Easier Communication
February 3, 2017 at Gravitate
Santa Fe/Albuquerque, NM: Want to hack your professional communication? Make it easier, faster and better? Then join the WriterGal Network, LLC, a consortium of New Mexico-based writers, editors, marketers, graphic designers and Web developers for its first-ever event Friday, February 3, 2017. 50 Communication Hacks is a fast-paced, educational business communication forum featuring insider tips, tricks and unique approaches for successful branding, promotion, marketing, social media and more.
“Entrepreneurs, small business owners and corporate marketers, this event is for you,” says WriterGal Network administrator Emily Esterson. “The program will present you with new ideas and fresh perspectives, valuable tools and resources, and inspiration. You’ll make new connections, too. And of course, there will be snacks!”
The agenda for the half-day forum includes dynamic, insightful speaker presentations, interactive panels, and Q&A sessions to pick the brains of the experienced professionals from the WriterGal Network. Whatever your communication conundrum, 50 Hacks has you covered. From copy and content marketing tips to hacking your creativity and building your leadership brand, this event offers at least 50 takeaways to apply to your business’ branding, marketing, web development, blogging, social media and more.
Bring your enthusiasm, questions and creative hats to Gravitate®, the newest, coolest event space in downtown Albuquerque on Friday, February 3, 2017 from 8-11:30 a.m. Space is limited, and registration is open now at www.writergals.com. Tickets are $59 per person and the event includes a continental breakfast and refreshments. There is ample and free street parking in the immediate area (Rosemont Ave., 4th and 5th St.) and within 150 steps from the entrance.
About WriterGal Network
WriterGal Network, LLC is a network of experienced writers, editors, creative communications, graphic design and/or web development professionals. WriterGals work independently, and members with different areas of expertise often partner on projects, and can readily make referrals within the group. Looking for a freelance writer, marketing/PR specialist, graphic designer or Web content developer in New Mexico? You’ve come to the right place: www.writergals.com.
For more information about WriterGal Network or the event, contact Emily Esterson, firstname.lastname@example.org or 505-553-2671.