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Women’s Expo 2009 is this Saturday and Sunday at Meadowview. I am honored to be in the company of some distinguished speakers. I will be presenting during the portion called “Tips, Tools & Resources for Competing in Today’s Environment.” Here’s the line up of topics:
10 am:
Social Networking and Hot to Use it in Today’s Market, MarketingMel
10:30 am
What Opportunities Are There For Me to Start my Own Business and How do I do it?
Bob Justice, Tennessee Small Business Development Center
11:00 am
How do I find the Financial Resources to Obtain the Training Necessary for Jobs in the New Economy?
Marquita Tittle, Coordinator Career Development Services Center, Northeast State Community College
11:30 am
Educational Opportunities for You Today
Dr. Linda Garceau, Dean, School of Business and Technology, ETSU
1:00 pm
Keeping Up My Self Esteem and Positive Attitude When Things are Changing, (Company Sold, Grieving Process) Lottie Ryans, Regional Vice President, CenturyLink (formerly Embarq)
1:30 pm
Life After Layoff: First Steps
Cindy Martin-Hensley, Director of Planning and Program Development, Alliance for Business and Training
3:00 pm
The On-Line World-How do I Make Myself Stand Out?
Carol D. Trahan- Owner, Spherion Recruiting and Staffing
Seating is limited. Call 423-245-2878 to reserve your seat today.
Tickets for the Women’s expo are $5 advance, $7 at the door. Children 12 and under are free. Show hours: Saturday 10am-6 pm, Sunday 1 pm-6pm

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One Response to “MarketingMel to speak at Times-News Women's Expo”

  1. This was a phenomenal presentation! I wish Mary Ellen had been given more time, because I would love to hear more about the ways women could, and should, be using these social media outlets to their benefit. The statistics cited in her presentation are proof positive of that. Mary Ellen is a prime example of how social networking can be used to create a client base and build a successful business. I hope she continues to sound her horn on this subject, because it’s an area that can’t be ignored. And please keep up the marketing nuggets through Twitter! I love them!

    Sincerely,
    Laura Steel Woods

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