Murray Hill Businesses Learn Tips and Best Practices for Social Media
Wednesday, December 12, 2018
The Murray Hill Neighborhood Association’s Business Committee arranged a networking breakfast and panel discussion for Murray Hill businesses on December 6. The topic was So Much Social Media But Too Little Time? How to Turn Clicks into Customers. This event was hosted by the Turtle Bay Music School located at 330 East 38th Street. Breakfast was provided by Bagel Boss.
All of the presenters are business owners and social media experts. The panel was moderated by Heather Dolland, founder of All the Tastes of New York @allthetastesnyc. Panelists were David Ganulin, founder of Local Mobile Marketing Solutions @localmobiletoday, Jon Harari, CEO and co-founder of WindowsWear @jonharari, MJ Pedone, President of Indra Public Relations, and Francilia Wilkins Rahim, CEO and Founder of F. Wilkins Consultants @franciliawilkinsrahim. The discussion included topics such as the exciting opportunities provided by social media, pros and cons of various social media platforms, the importance of having engaging content, preparing a communications plan, and tips on using hashtags and videos. In addition, there was time to ask questions, and everybody had a chance to introduce their own business.
Business Committee events provide opportunities for Murray Hill businesses to meet and learn from each other. The mission of the Business Committee is to help Murray Hill businesses thrive.
If you have questions or suggestions about the MHNA Business Committee or would like to know more about joining the MHNA as a business member or participating in our discount program, please contact co-chairs Lilli Seidman Davis and Michael-Ann Rowe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photos (top to bottom and left to right): Panelists David Ganulin, MJ Pedone, Francilia Wilkins Rahim, Jon Harari and moderator Heather Dolland. Participants at the event. Panelists and participants.