Join the HomeStars Team and 6 panelists for some fun and learning at our Connecting with Clients Online company event at the main stage of the Hamilton Ideal Fall Home Show on Friday October 1st. Seats are limited but this is a great opportinity to meet other exhibitors while learning how to connect with your customers online.
Register at the link below to confirm your seat and register for a free drink on us!
Hamilton Event Register to attend Companies Connect Event
(note: Home Improvement Companies only and limit 2 per company)
When: 7pm – 8pm Friday October 1, 2010
Where: Careport Centre Hamilton
The following 6 panelists will be on stage to talk about mobile and web tools for connecting with your clients in simple and meaningful ways:
Andrew Goodman: President of Page Zero Media, a leading agency in paid search and digital media campaigns. Andrew is the author of the bestselling book Winning Results with Google AdWords (McGraw-Hill) and is a panelist and speaker across many North American SES conferences.
Tom Whitaker and Chris Healy: Co-founders of Tiny Briefcase, which aims to help small business owners better use technology (including mobile) to improve their operations and simplify their lives. Tom and Chris have spent much of their careers in the telecommunications industry at companies like Apple, Rogers, Bell and Student Phones in various business development roles.
Jeff Schnurr: Owner of Toronto Home Theater, a leading contracting company he built for installing theater systems. When not busy running wires, Jeff also runs a InView Marketing, an online agency helping small businesses increase their visibility across the web. Some of the companies listed on HomeStars have benefited from Jeff’s expertise!
Darren Perry: Owner of North Shore Eavestroughing. Darren began North Shore 17 yrs ago in P.E.I., and expanded the business westward into Ontario. Darren is ahead of the curve using many social media tools to connect with his current and future clients.
Jerret Jastal: Owner of Stonecote, started this company with a great product (texturock) in 2007 but he turned it into a great service with old fashioned principles of listening, “do unto others” and sheer hard work. Also add Jerret’s communication savvy both on and offline and you can hear how he’s built a solid company.