March 28, 2017, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM @ Maui County Business Resource Center
It’s really competitive out there! You need to stand up and be recognized! Everywhere people connect with you, especially in your email marketing.
With an average delivery rate of approximately 97%, it’s easy to get into the inbox; however, getting people to open your email and remain engaged is another thing altogether! This hour long workshop will cover “The 7 Don’ts of Email Design”. Learn the best ways to avoid being among the 80% of messages that are now being deleted and the 30% (and growing) unsubscribe rate being experienced among certain groups of recipients.
Learn vital and easy to implement hints and tips to becoming more effective in your very next email campaign. Mckenna Hallett is owner of MyGoldenWords.com. She is a sales and marketing professional who also partners as a Certified Authorized Local Expert with Constant Contact. Starting her first business at the age of 8, she was in sales and marketing management for large and small businesses for 3 decades.
March 29, 2017, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM @ Maui County Business Resource Center
Lei Ho’olaha is a certified Native CDFI (Community Development Financial Institution) that was established initially in 2011 to provide financial assistance and services to rural, low income and Native communities throughout the State of Hawaii. First established to assist charter schools and their support nonprofits , Lei Ho’olaha now provides financial products, in the form of loans, but is working actively to complement these loans with grants to eligible communities and business ventures.
In this workshop, we will share how Lei Ho’olaha and its partner CDFI’s, both locally, regionally/ nationally, can bring much needed funding and technical assistance to Maui.
Peter Hanohano is a graduate of Kamehameha Schools who went on to pursue his undergraduate degree at Brigham Young University Hawaii, and graduate degrees at BYU in Provo, Utah, in Educational Psychology (MEd) and Law (JD), and a PhD in First Nations/Indigenous Peoples Education from the University of Alberta, in Edmonto