It seems that everyone is talking about Social Media in business these days – and stressing that you should be doing it now!
What is Social Media?
And where do I start?
These are just some of the questions that will be answered at our Free Social Media 101 Lunch & Learn!
|Host:||Ed Correia, President, Sagacent Technologies|
|When:||Thursday, January 20 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM|
|Where:||Sagacent Technologies – Upstairs Conference Room – 4320 Stevens Creek Blvd., Ste 290 San Jose, CA 95129|
Our lunch and learn will . . .
|1.||Define Social Media – What is it? Why should I care? How does it work? What are the ways I could utilize it?|
|2.||Show Examples of Success – We’ll talk about what local companies, like yourself, are doing successfully right now.|
|3.||Build Your Plan – You will leave with notes and your very own Social Media Action plan.|
*A free lunch, beverages and handouts will be provided. Event registration is required and strictly limited to the first 20 registrants only!
To register, please call 408-248-9800 x0
RSVP no later than 1/18/11.
Go Green with Ease:
5 Steps for Small Businesses
used with permission from the Cisco Small Business Center
Easy IT Strategies that Save Money and Help the Environment
Smart information technology (IT) practices can reduce the environmental impact of conducting business, and help small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) reduce expenses.
With employee awareness and participation, even the busiest SMB can adopt simple “green” strategies that require little to no additional equipment or labor expenditures. Consider these enviro-friendly IT strategies:
Eleven Things to Give Up in 2011
by Marlene Chism
Instead of trying to lose twenty pounds for your New Year’s resolution, what if you decided to give up eleven habits that keep you stuck in your relationships at home and at work. Here are eleven things, in the form of mindsets, habits and behaviors to give up in 2011.
1. Give up the need to control
Impatience, complaining, and manipulation are ways we try to change something that can’t be changed.