With such a terrific
turn-out for our January's meeting on
the financial perspective of the
economy, it made sense to offer a business
perspective. Please join us at our
Feb. 26th meeting for "Extreme
Marketing Makeover For Businesses in
a Down Economy"
Pinney of Christine
Pinney Marketing will makeover
your marketing messages for today's
weakened economy. Christine will offer
suggestions on how you can present your
products and services in a way that's
in sync with our country's status.
Did you know that there are businesses
that not only succeed in tough economic
times but soar?
It's not just the companies you would
expect such as Walmart and thrift stores.
Many other business segments that you
might not suspect like spas and other
providers of luxury services still prosper.
If you're not in one of these businesses,
then you need to know:
marketing strategies work in tough times?
So get ready for our Extreme
Join us for this interactive
Christine Pinney creates and publishes monthly
E-Newsletters and marketing materials for her
clients. She enjoys promoting her clients
products and services. She turns stories into
In addition to working with her clients,
Christine is the
Her team consists of writers and website designers,
marketing and database professionals. Companies
look to her to help them keep in touch with their
clients and prospects.
- Bedford Chamber of Commerce, Director and
- Working Women's Alliance, Newsletter editor
- Rotary Club of Bedford, PR Chair, RYLA chair,
Breakfast with Santa co-chair
- NEWBO, newsletter editor
Christine spent 15+ years working with databases
and marketing for hi-tech, lo-tech and no-tech
companies. She's worked with non-profits with
no marketing budget to large for profit entities.
partial listing of clients.)
She offers a
free monthly teleclass on E-Newsletters
as well as a free
Prior to our feature presentation, Cara Gradzewicz,
Teaching Professional / Marketing Specialist from
The Goddard School is going to do the 5-min Biz
781 275 7880
We'll start off
the meeting with informal networking and introductions
including Joan's question. We'll we
eat our lunches casually throughout.
Bring an interested
friend, and your ideas/questions/comments.
Director, Working Woman's Alliance
Don't forget to bring
your business cards and brochures to display and
have available for the rest of the group. Please
pick up any extras after the meeting.
Since its inception
in 2005, the Working Women's Alliance (WWA) has
successfully grown to support more and more women
in business. The informal ambiance and warm supportive
environment is a trademark of the group.
If you are a Chamber member, attending this meeting
is free, as one of your many Chamber benefits. Any
non-Chamber attendees can attend their first meeting
free. After that, non-Chamber attendees will pay $15
If you would like more information about Chamber membership
and benefits, please contact Maureen Sullivan at 781
275 8503 or visit www.bedfordchamber.org
Of note, if you are a consultant working on behalf
of a larger company (for
example, investment consultant working for Metlife),
you would be considered
a company of 1-3 employees in terms of Chamber membership
Thank you Christine!
"In 2005, I attended my first WWA
meeting. I was welcomed warmly and I instantly
knew this was a great place for me to network
and promote my business. Soon afer, I joined
the Chamber and I was invited to join the board.
I have been creating the newsletter announcements
for this monthly meeting ever since."
- Christine Pinney
Christine handles all the technical stuff related
to our monthly WWA newsletter.