Telling Your Business Story at Skagit Women in Business, Burlington, WA

Stacie Zinn Roberts, writer and marketing consultant with What’s Your Avocado?, will present “Telling Your Business Story” as the featured speaker at the February 1, 2013, breakfast meeting of Skagit Women in Business. The meeting begins at 7:00 a.m. at Copia Coffee Lounge & Gallery, 11745 Burlington Boulevard, Burlington. The cost is $15. To register visit: mailto:

Through the presentation, attendees will learn how get to the core of their business identity and use that information to tell their business story. The presentation will examine how social media, blogs, newsletters, PR, and even a company’s own website can help to communicate their brand, and create a positive image of a company in the minds of its customers.

The class is taught by Stacie Zinn Roberts, founder of What’s Your Avocado? Writing * Marketing * Empowering, based in Mount Vernon. Stacie is a nationally recognized writer and marketing expert. The winner of more than 40 regional and national awards for writing, marketing and public relations campaigns, Stacie has published more than 1,000 bylined articles. What’s Your Avocado? works with companies all over the United States to create marketing content that tells their business story and helps them to succeed in their marketplace. For more information visit: .

Stacie Zinn Roberts is an award-winning writer, speaker, marketing consultant and the author of "How to Live Your Passion & Fulfill Your Dreams." Her firm, What's Your Avocado?, is based in Mount Vernon, Washington.

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2 comments on “Telling Your Business Story at Skagit Women in Business, Burlington, WA
  1. Andrea Carroll says:

    If I didn’t live across the country, I would love to attend.

    • Sorry, we made some website changes yesterday and the event information was not supposed to go out to all of our blog subscribers. But thank you for the reply. Would have been great to have you in the audience!

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