Thursday, March 31, 2011

Building The Humboldt Online Universe April 6th.

 
EUREKA — On April 6, 2011, the North Coast Small Business Development Center, the Redwood Technology Consortium and the Humboldt County Economic Development Division will host a business leader’s luncheon featuring Internet Cosmonaut, Andrew Davis from Tipping Point Labs from 12pm - 2pm at Arcata Theatre Lounge.

“A Rising Tide Lifts All Ships - Inspiring collective online action” is a 90-minute presentation (and 30 minute Q&A), where Andrew Davis will share how working together to build the Humboldt Online Universe will drive revenue for individual businesses. We will explore unique opportunities designed to drive awareness of Humboldt’s goals and connect the dots from category growth to individual sales.

Participants will come away invigorated, inspired and excited about the region’s ability to coordinate a concerted online effort designed to grow their business. In addition, attendees will understand the effort and values they will need to embrace in order to achieve success.

The ideal audiences for this event are business owners, marketing managers and students. Admission and lunch is $30 general registration, $20 RTC members and Humboldt Made businesses, and for $10 students.  Lunch is catered by Teri’s Custom Catering.  Registration is available online through the North Coast Small Business Development Center website, http://northcoastsbdc.org/luncheon .

Andrew Davis is the Chief Strategy Officer and Co-Founder, Tippingpoint Labs. Tippingpoint Labs is a Boston-based online content marketing agency. Since 2002, Andrew Davis has been creating and implementing digital content strategies for consumer brands including Putnam Investments, TomTom, and Breville.  Prior to Tippingpoint Labs, Andrew developed and marketed products for ThinkAgent Technologies, SalieMae Solutions, and The Stock Market Photo Agency. He developed content for broadcast networks including CNN, Fox News, ABC Family, NBC and CBS. Andrew also managed the Muppet workshop for The Jim Henson Company in the late 1990's, working on films, Muppets from Space and Elmo in Grouchland, as well as TV, Sesame Street and Bear in the Big Blue House.  Andrew Davis has a B.S. in Television and Film from Boston University. He co-authored a book of short stories in 1998 entitled The Way Things Were. In 2001, Drew co-wrote and produced a documentary film called Roadside Ambition: One small town with two huge balls.
Building the Humboldt Universe is sponsored by the Redwood Technology Consortium, North Coast Small Business Development Center, the County of Humboldt Economic Development Division and the Headwaters Fund. For more information, call the North Coast Small Business Development Center, 707-445-1163.
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Angeline Schwab
Community & Economic Development Specialist
County of Humboldt - CA
Prosperity Center
520 E Street - Eureka CA 95501
707-476-4813 (Direct)
707-445-7745 (Main Office)
707-445-7219 (Fax)
Humboldt County is a partner in the Prosperity! Network.
For more about community & economic development activities on the Redwood Coast, visit: NorthCoastProsperity.com and HumboldtMade.com

 

2 comments:

  1. While we're on the subject, there is a post from Hank Sims about the fiber optic line that runs under the mudslide on US 101.
    http://lostcoastoutpost.com/2011/mar/31/fiber-optic-scare-not-so-fast/

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  2. Thanks, Tom. I hope to see you there.

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