2018 Convention: 1st Class – Marketing
MARKETING ON A SHOESTRING BUDGET
Friday, March 16th
10:30 a.m. – 12 noon
Presented By: DIAN LUSHER
TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADER AND CHANGE FACILITATOR
Marketing and business promotion may not be a thrilling activity in itself, but you just have to do it! You promote your business by getting the word out. You can’t rely on other people to do it for you, no matter how great your product or service is. Just like gardening – it takes more than just throwing seeds on the ground. Promotion and marketing don’t have to be expensive. Many effective marketing efforts will just cost you time. Choosing to attend your annual conference will always give you ideas on how to market your services. The tips discussed in this seminar will put you one step closer to success.[icon name=”apple” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] 1 Hour 30 Minute Lunch Break
[icon name=”comments-o” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] 1:30 p.m. – Second Class Begins
ABOUT DIAN LUSHER
Dian Lusher is a longtime communications and marketing entrepreneur. After a long career with AT&T, Dian started her own communications business in 1985. She specializes in customer service, conflict resolutions, marketing, management skills and a variety of communications and strategy trainings and presentations. Dian is the former Board Chair of the St. Tammany Chamber of Commerce and the past President of Children’s Advocacy Center. She has served on many business, civic and non-profit boards in our community. Dian is well known in St. Tammany Parish as a social entrepreneur and a transformational leader.
Among her many honors and awards, Dian has received the JEDCO Small Business award, both the GNO Business Woman of the Year and St. Tammany Professional Woman of the Year awards and she led St. Tammany Parish President Brister’s communications transitional team.
Dian now travels half the year throughout the country with her husband. But they always return home to celebrate all of Louisiana’s holidays with their two grandchildren and yo train and present to Louisiana businesses and organizations.