Small-business entrepreneurs in Wyoming could have a chance to hone their social
media messaging capabilities Thursday, Nov. 9.
Audie Cunningham will talk about ideas for creating compelling messaging throughout a Wyoming
Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network workshop titled “Creating Compelling
Social Media Messaging” from 5:30-6:30 p.m. on the Teton County Library, positioned at
125 Virginian Lane in Jackson. To register, go right here. Registration is free. This workshop is in partnership with the Teton County Library’s
“Library to Business” program.
The Wyoming SBDC Network affords enterprise experience to assist Wyoming residents assume
about, launch, develop, reinvent or exit their enterprise. The Wyoming SBDC Network is
hosted by the University of Wyoming with state funds from the Wyoming Business Council
and funded, in half, by a cooperative settlement with the U.S. Small Business
Cunningham, Wyoming SBDC Network regional director for Fremont and Teton counties,
will talk about structuring your message; sorts of content material and selecting your content material
combine; a enterprise’s distinctive mission, worth and voice; and writing prompts and brainstorming
As an entrepreneur, Cunningham has labored in artwork licensing and graphic design and
has 10 years of expertise in customer support and advertising by her work in public
libraries. Her training and expertise have given her data in print and digital
advertising, creating advertising plans, social media advertising and enterprise planning.
For extra data, name Maureen Johnson, CARES Act restoration program supervisor for
the Wyoming SBDC Network, at (307) 343-0925 or e mail [email protected].