SYP to host self-branding, social media marketing training today

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Posted on May 16 2019

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The Saipan Young Professionals is hosting a “Self-Branding and Introduction to Social Media Marketing” training seminar today, May 16, 2019 from 6pm to 8pm at the Saipan Chamber of Commerce office on the third floor of the Marianas Business Plaza, Suite 315.

The training is free for registered members of Saipan Young Professionals and $35 each for non-members.

The training is intended for entrepreneurs, new and aspiring small business owners, newly employed, or transitioning employees on Saipan.

SYP chair Shayne Villanueva of Roil Soil Clothing and Promotions Co. is the main presenter.

Villanueva will share his personal branding knowledge, gathered through his experience establishing a locally-owned staple brand in the CNMI.

CNMI household name Mark “Go See Mark” Sablan of Atkins Kroll Saipan will also be a guest speaker.

This training will help you identify what would make your “brand” stand out from the crowd, gain tips on how to grow your online presence to get more followers, and build a brand that advances for your business goals.

“You are your most valuable product,” said Villanueva. “Investing time in creating, understanding, and growing your brand image makes all the difference as a small business owner in our competitive market.”

Training participants will enjoy light refreshments and a chance to network with other business professionals in the community. To register for the seminar or to learn how to become a member of Saipan Young Professionals, contact Mercilynn Kaneshi Palec at (670) 234-7150 or email administrator@saipanchamber.com. (PR)

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