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The Art & Strategy of Social Media Storytelling (Virtual Workshop)

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The Art & Strategy of Social Media Storytelling (Virtual Workshop)

October 24 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Learn about the art and strategy of social media storytelling for your organization or business!

Storytelling through social media is part art, part strategy and in this virtual workshop, you’ll learn about both! On Monday October 24th, The Hurt Hub@Davidson invites anyone who is responsible for communicating through social media channels to join us for a workshop where you’ll learn from experts in the field how to:

  • Approach social media with a brand/business perspective
  • Identify social opportunities to tell stories and sell products or services
  • Strategize and create solutions for real life, social media opportunities

Join us from 6:30-8:00pm on zoom for an engaging event where you’ll have the opportunity to apply your learnings and ask our instructors your content strategy questions.

A zoom classroom link will be sent out to registered participants a couple days prior to the event.

Meet Your Instructors:

Meg Seitz: Meg Seitz is the Founder and CEO of toth shop, a brand communications agency. Since 2014, toth shop has supported hundreds of businesses, startup ideas, brands, and people in the process and practice of figuring out how to talk about who they are, what they do, and the products or services they sell.

She is an award-winning writer who has interviewed and written about close to 100 entrepreneurs over the years and has twice placed in the Top Ten internationally for the Global Peter Drucker Forum’s Drucker Challenge’s Entrepreneur/Manager category.

Seitz has served as one of the marketing instructors at Davidson’s Jay Hurt Hub for Innovation and Entrepreneurship since 2019. She also serves as the Co-Founder of Toth + Fay as well as “Bea is for Business”, the educational platform designed to teach children about entrepreneurship and business education.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Kenyon College and an MBA from Wake Forest University School of Business.

Julia Rohrbach: At 19 Julia Rohrbach knew three things. She loved to make people laugh. She was a natural and creative whiz with her camera. She wanted to make a career out of those two things. Nine years later, that spirit and drive are very much a part of Julia and how she makes people, brands, and businesses feel comfortable and confident in front of the camera. After hundreds of sessions with creatives and CEOs, artists and accountants, retailers and restaurants, she knows one more thing to be true: there’s nothing more valuable to a client than a picture that delivers confidence and captures someone for exactly who they are.

This event is sponsored by the Jay Hurt Hub for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Davidson College.

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