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New Workshop Announced: LinkedIn for Business Professionals

April 21, 2014


Techy Tuesday!
Social Media Training for the Digital Era, Sponsored by Silver Star Communications




When:  Tuesday, May 6th, 2014
Time:   9:00 AM until 12:00 PM
Location:  National Museum of Wildlife Art
Price:  $40.00

Are you one of the few that values your professional presence on LinkedIn? With a social network of more than 200 million professionals worldwide, it’s crucial to know the best ways for building business connections and broadening your influence.

Bring your laptop to this session and work in real-time. Create a winning personal profile, master the art of participating with LinkedIn groups and strategically position yourself as an expert in your field. Rose will teach best practices for success, while also helping you create a buzz on this network. If you are a small business owner, learn how to easily grow your connections and obtain new inquiries for your product or service through your personal profile. Tap into the power of LinkedIn this off-season and get the most out of this excellent free resource!

This workshop is limited to 45 participants.
A light breakfast will be served.

Also — an exciting giveaway will happen during this workshop! Attend this session to find out how you can win an afternoon getaway for two . . . Free entry for two into the Museum, plus a $25 certificate to the amazing Sage restaurant as well!

This workshop is sponsored by Silver Star Communications, a family and employee-owned company based in Wyoming now located in the Kmart Plaza. Silver Star’s fiber optic network, one of the most innovative in the region, provides access to advanced communications services, including Internet, networking, data center, smart controls and security monitoring, and wireless phone services, as well as traditional and cloud-based phone systems. For more information, visit

This workshop is being held at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. The Museum has become an important educational center and meeting place for the Jackson Hole region. In 1994, the National Museum of Wildlife Art received the Wyoming Humanities Award for exemplary efforts in fostering the humanities in Wyoming. In 2008 the Museum received designation as the “National Museum of Wildlife Art of the United States” by order of Congress. For more information, visit



Connect. Inform. Grow. Simplifying Social Media!

Rose Caiazzo of Rose Consulting, LLC

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Skype:  RoseCLLC

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