Leader: Jennifer Shaheen, The Technology Therapist
Date: Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Time: 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Location: TD Bank
Address: 1289 Boston Post Rd, Larchmont, NY
This Score event is crucial for small businesses to learn to effectively manage customers and gain new ones by Delivering a Great Digital Experience to Your Customers; Jennifer Shaheen, The Technology Therapist, will be presenting this informative workshop.
We are a digital society there is no arguing this point. Today our clients and customers look for us to connect with them on the web and on their smart phones. So what does it really mean to deliver a great customer experience using today’s technology?
During this workshop we will cover:
- The roll your website plays and what customers expect today
- How social media is leveraged for customer service
- The power of mobile design for email marketing
- How to plan out your transitions and implementations of these tools
This free event, as part of the Score workshops, in conjunction with the Larchmont Chamber of Commerce is sponsored by TD Bank.
Refreshments will be served.
There will be ample parking at the Larchmont/Mamaroneck TD Bank store at 1289 Boston Post road.
- Jennifer Shaheen, President of Technology Therapy Group
- Carolyn Lee Fugere, Brokerage Manager Julia B Fee Sotheby’s International Realty, Larchmont Chamber of Commerce President
- Drew George, Small Business Owner, Score Mentor
About Jennifer Shaheen
Jennifer Shaheen is the founder and CEO of The Technology Therapy Group. For over 15 years, her company has been helping small businesses connect with their customers more effectively in a world where technology is ever changing. Jennifer was recently featured MSNBC’s Your Business with JJ Ramberg, where she advised business owners on evaluating investment opportunities and engaging millennials in the workplace.
Delivering a Great Digital Experience To Your Customers
Please register so we can be sure we have enough room and so we may reach out if there are any changes or cancellations in this workshop. Walk-ins are still welcome.