Can Social Media Save Your Business?

Join us on Facebook for a Power Lunch with entrepreneur and cover subject Dawn Fitch

Dawn Fitch, president of Pooka Pure and Simple effectively uses Twitter and Facebook to engage her growing customer base.

So, are you ready to step up your social media game? Let’s talk about it over lunch!

Visit Facebook.com/BLACKENTERPRISE at Noon on Friday, March 16, 2012 for our first Social Media and Technology Power Lunch, moderated by Black Enterprise’s Technology editor Marcia Wade Talbert. We’ll talk to Dawn Fitch—owner of natural bath and body company Pooka Pure & Simple and cover subject of the March 2012 issue of Black Enterprise—about her social media successes, missteps and best practices, and how social media helped grow her revenue by $95,000 last year.

Learn the best ways to engage your customers online and off, and why content curation is key to making the sale.

We’ll see you at Noon on Friday, March 16, 2012 at Facebook.com/BLACKENTERPRISE!

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