Description

Digital Content Workshop (November 23, 2019)

EVENTS / WORKSHOPS

Ever wonder how you can pull together digital content to make it work for you instead of against you? Worried about how to deal with trolls? Need help understanding how you can craft a digital experience that actually has impact?

This workshop will get you crafting and using content so that your target audience will hear you through the clutter. From creative ideas to enforcing plain language, you will end the day with more than a few tips and tricks about how you can make your brand, your ideas and your art have a consistent and coherent narrative across all platforms. If you’re not sure how to make digital content work for you – this is the workshop you’ll want to go to!

About Jane Caulfield 
With more than seven years as a professional writer, journalist and digital content strategist, Jane works with a wide range of clients helping them find the words to tell their story so their audience can hear them. She is a National Newspaper Award nominee, a lecturer at the Edwards School of Business, and a part-time potter. Her clients cover a variety of industries, from agriculture to education and research to small startups and non-profits. She loves breaking down complicated stories into chunks of content that shape memorable narratives.

The workshop will cost $50 for SMPIA members, and $125 for nonmembers.

Where: Angel Entertainment 639 Main Street Saskatoon, Sk
When 10am-4pm November 23, 2019

To secure your spot a Registration Fee must be paid as space is limited. 
Reg. Fee is Refundable if cancelled by Noon, Nov 22, 2019 (less a $3.75 ticket fee)  

About SMPIA:
Established in 1985, the Saskatchewan Media Production Industry Association (SMPIA) represents all personnel related to the making and exhibiting of film and media productions in Saskatchewan - from beginners to veteran professionals.
www.smpia.sk.ca
Twitter + Facebook: @smpiaoffice
Instagram: smpia.office

Venue Details
Angel Entertainment
639 Main Street, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7H 0J8, Canada
Established in 1985, the Saskatchewan Media Production Industry Association (SMPIA) represents all personnel related to the making and exhibiting of film and media productions in Saskatchewan - from beginners to veteran professionals. [ww.smpia.sk.ca]