Manufacturing Focus: Marketing, At The Next General Meeting
Digital Marketing and Returning to Personal Relationships
Fontana, CA – How do smaller companies compete when the big guys know exactly what’s going on? They listen to us, they follow us, and they give us the results that we want.
Attend the next Manufacturers’ Council of the Inland Empire (MCIE) General Meeting on April 24th to learn more about current marketing trends:
- Data – how it may crush your business
- The defensive strategy of “old-fashioned” relationships
- Extending your handshake with digital tools
- Moving away from social media to the connected customer
MCIE Breakfast Meeting
Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Intech Center – Fontana
- 7:00 a.m. Arrive and Mingle
- 7:30 Breakfast Buffet
- 7:50 General Announcements
8:00 Speaker – Presentation
- 8:45 Q & A
- 9:00 Dismissal and Tours of Intech Center (upon request)
Speaker: Over 20 years, Jonathan Burgess, MBA, has worked with more than 500 clients on strategic and relationship marketing within digital platforms. He currently serves as the Western Region Chair of the American Advertising Federation and has been named “Agency Professional of the Year” at the Inland Empire Media Awards. Jon has been an Instructor of Marketing at the University of Redlands and at Oak Valley College. He is the principal partner of Fractonic, which focuses on digital relationship publishing, and includes the online magazine InlandEmpire.US.
Join us for this fresh look at marketing in manufacturing.
The Manufacturers’ Council of the Inland Empire (MCIE) supports and provides education on manufacturing topics to manufacturers, employees, students, and the community.
The Council provides a strong, unified voice when communicating with regional, state and national entities on issues impacting the region. Programming is designed to help manufacturers find solutions for issues including: employment and training, research, regulatory compliance, import and export, and funding.
If you want to support manufacturing in the I.E. and the jobs manufacturers provide, and are interested in attending meetings and events, providing support through donations, educational programs, or working on a committee, you are qualified for our General Membership category. Please visit www.mfgcouncilie.com/membership/ for details.