FREE LIVE WORKSHOP
"How to Build Your Community, Clients, and Contacts Through Live Events"
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20th
at 3:00pm EST / 2:00pm Cst / 1:00 pm MST / 12:00pm PST
Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt like this whole “finding your tribe online” thing is really hard.
You engage in Facebook groups, you take free challenges, you DM people on Instagram but when you need help the most, you can’t help but feel a little lonely. How do other people stay so connected online?
Not to mention, your struggling to find clients, and some days are so overloaded with work, while others are crickets. I mean, could someone PLEASE send you an inquiry already?
The thing is...that was me. So I totally get it.
I’m here to show you that building a thriving community, which leads to more clients and contacts doesn’t have to only happen online.
In fact, one of the most effective way to start building your community right now is through high-impact, intimate, live events.
If you want to make a BIG impact in a way that turns your attendees into contacts and clients more effectively than posting to crickets on Instagram, then you’re going to want to get in on this free training.
Join me on Wednesday, February 20 as I talk about HOW to build your community and give you the step-by-step process to plan your first ever live event (without spending a million dollars).
In this webinar, you'll learn:
• Why live events work well for community, contact, and clientele building
•How to decide what your community needs in a live event
• The first step in marketing any live, in-person event
• Creating your sample agenda to maximize community building
• How to maintain and grow your community post-event
Who Am I?
Hi. I'm Lauren.
I'm a live event strategist for tech companies and small businesses who want to make a BIG impact on their clients by creating thoughtful in-person experiences that build relationships and close business. I built my business to six-figures with zero cash, zero clients, and zero know-how by hosting intimate 10 - 60 person events in my hometown of 50,000 people in rural Montana. If I can do it, you can too.