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Digital Marketing Tips a Topic at Rural Business and Innovation Summit 2019 (Photo) - 08/15/19

At this year’s Rural Business and Innovation Summit, Jen McFarland, CEO of Women Conquer Business, will deliver practical digital marketing tips for rural businesses. She will cover email, social media, email marketing, website, and funnels.  The Rural Business and Innovation Summit will be held September 12th at Klamath Community College in Klamath Falls and is the premiere conference for rural business owners, entrepreneurs, and community leaders.

“Rural businesses have limited time, money, and resources and it can be confusing to determine the best use of marketing time and money,” says Heather Tramp, the Chamber’s Executive Director, “Ms. McFarland will help our guests understand the practical and essential steps to building a robust marketing foundation.” Jen McFarland is the CEO of Women Conquer Business consulting and podcast. She ditched her comfy C-suite tech project management job in pursuit of freedom. Her goal is to help business leaders vet ideas, take ownership of their projects, and incorporate digital marketing from day one.

In addition to this session, the Rural Business and Innovation Summit will feature a wide variety of topics including entrepreneurship, workforce, and more. The Summit is hosted annually by the Klamath County Chamber of Commerce.  Registration is available online at www.ruralbizsummit.com or by calling 541-884-5193.

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Accelerate YOUR rural business at Rural Business & Innovation Summit 2019 - 08/12/19

Calling all Rural Business entrepreneurs! Are you tired of feeling alone in the business community? Wish you could hear specific knowledge FOR rural business entrepreneurs FROM successful rural business entrepreneurs? Look no further!

What: Rural Business & Innovation Summit

When: September 12th, 8:30am-7:00pm

Where: Klamath Community College
Rural Business & Innovation Summit is an event dedicated to learning and networking with your rural peers. Hear from acclaimed speakers and entrepreneurs such as:

  • Shari Fitzpatrick - Founder of Shari’s Berries| Starting in Klamath, Shari built a multi-million-dollar company around chocolate dipped strawberries! She’s experienced first-hand the struggles that come with being a rural entrepreneur. Hear her speak at RBIS 2019!
  • Jeremy Field - SBA Regional Administrator| Being the Regional Administrator of the Small Business Association, Jeremy has a front row view into small and rural business all over the region. He’s seen common struggles and successes and now he’s here to teach you how to grow in your rural environment.
  • Maria Meyers – Founder, Sourcelink| Maria founded a company that helped others kickstart their business ecosystem in order to decrease expenses and increase profits. Hear her secrets to running a successful business ecosystem at RBIS 2019!
  • Jen McFarland – Digital Marketing Expert| Each year, we try to bring in an expert in a section of marketing. Jen has been in the digital marketing industry for years and now she will show you some best practices you can use to increase your revenue through digital marketing.

If you are a rural entrepreneur, this is a must-attend. Learn from industry leaders, network with peers and bring practical profit boosting principles back into your business. “We love hosting RBIS. Being a chamber in a rural community, we want to help our rural entrepreneurs succeed in their business within their community. That’s what RBIS is all about.” Says Heather Tramp, Executive Director of the Klamath County Chamber of Commerce. Become the rural leader of tomorrow. Grab your ticket today! Tickets are available online at bit.ly/RBIS2019 or by calling (541) 884-5193.

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Klamath County Chamber of Commerce revamps Leadership Klamath for 2019/2020 class (Photo) - 08/08/19

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Klamath County Chamber of Commerce revamps Leadership Klamath for 2019/2020 class

Klamath Falls, August 8th, 2019. The Klamath County Chamber of Commerce has revamped Leadership Klamath for the upcoming class. Experience the brand-new topic of Small Business & Entrepreneurship. During this topic, students will hear from a Klamath Falls small business owner and entrepreneur to learn from their expertise. Along with this, students will get an in-depth look into the struggles and profit hacks within the small business world in Klamath.
Just added to this class as well is coaching skills offered by Chad Elbert through Rudius Quest Coaching. Chad has helped numerous business owners maximize growth, crush business problem and propel forward in their career. Receive personal, 1 on 1 coaching with Chad during Leadership Klamath 2019/2020 for NO extra cost.

Throughout each session, you will learn from an industry leader, get a detailed look at that specific industry and walk away knowing more about that industry than you ever have before. Plus, you’ll make valuable connections with your business minded peers and receive priceless coaching from Chad during each session. Space is limited to 25 participants to ensure a personal experience. Enrollment is now open for those who want to be a part of this proftable program. Tuition costs $575 for chamber members and $675 for those who are not chamber members. Save your seat today at: bit.ly/LKenrl

The Chamber is making these changes in the hopes of furthering the growth of Leadership Klamath’s students. “Leadership Klamath exists to help cultivate people in our community into informed and inspired leaders,” says Heather Tramp, Executive Director of the Klamath County Chamber of Commerce, “Bringing in this new topic as well as Chad will help further the growth of our students.” With these new additions, Leadership Klamath is a must-attend for those who are struggling with their current leadership role, or those looking to take on a greater amount of leadership in our community. Enrollment is now open at: bit.ly/LKenrl

About Leadership Klamath

Leadership Klamath is an intensive 10-month program devoted to strengthening and educating our community leaders. This program is open to any business or businessperson in Klamath County. It is limited to 25 participants who represent a cross-section of our business community and display a strong level of interest and commitment.

 

About the Klamath County Chamber of Commerce

The Klamath County Chamber of Commerce is the oldest active business advocacy organization (incorporated in 1905) in Klamath County. We are proud to represent nearly 500 businesses located in or near Klamath County. Chamber members provide support for a wide variety of community activities, events and charities. Membership in the Klamath County Chamber of Commerce is an investment in your business. Members receive exclusive rights to valuable relationship, business intelligence, and leadership opportunities that give businesses a competitive advantage in today's market.

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