The Donate & Learn Business Expo is packed to the brim with keynotes, educational workshops, and networking opportunities!
Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) April 25, 2016
Interested in learning how to increase business leads and sales? Boost business branding and effectively manage an online marketing campaign? Join 300 of Toronto’s top entrepreneurs, business owners and online marketing specialists to learn cutting-edge search engine, branding and marketing strategies for business at Toronto’s Donate & Learn Business Expo April 26 9:30-5pm.
The Donate & Learn Expo Agenda is packed to the brim with keynotes, educational workshops, and networking opportunities! Whether just getting started with social media, planning an online marketing strategy, or deep business branding, the Donate & Learn Expo will provide the knowledge, strategies and networking opportunities needed to improve online success.
Don’t just hear about the latest techniques. Learn how to master them from leading industry experts & speakers who have donated their time to help you take your business to the next level.
Donate & Learn Business Expo Details:
Date: April 26, 2016 9:30-5pm
Location: Telus House, 25 York Street, Toronto
Cost: $40 online or $50 at the door (space permitting)
Register Now: http://greenlotus.ca/expo
Meet the Sponsors who make Donate & Learn a success! The Financial Toolbox, Toronto Jobs, TEKSystems, Constant Contact, CAMP, Startup Toronto, Microsoft Bing, Teach Me Social, b-Mc creative, and Resource Integrated will all be at the Expo, sharing their expertise, products and services for entrepreneurs and business owners.
Support a great cause while learning the latest in business marketing online. 100% of proceeds go to the United Way Toronto & Work Region.
About Donate & Learn Events:
Created by Bassem Ghali at Green Lotus, the Donate & Learn initiative strives to provide high-quality educational events while also supporting great local charities by replacing attendance fees with donations! Past Donate & Learn events have gained the support of close to 3000 Torontonians, and raised more than $25,000 for the YWCA, Enactus, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto.
There’s never been a better way to learn.