WBN August Luncheon: Avoiding Random Acts of Marketing

Register now for the WBN luncheon scheduled for Thursday, August 9th at 11:30 at the Zion’s Bank Tower (180 North University Avenue in Provo). The event will feature Michelle Smith who will speak on Avoiding Random Acts of Marketing. Registration is required; click here to register.

Parking and logistics for the meeting:

The meeting will be held in the Rock Canyon Room of the Zion’s Bank Tower in downtown Provo. Parking is available in a five-story parking structure on the east side of the building. From there, take the elevator up to the 8th floor and follow the signs to the WBN luncheon.

About Michelle:

Michelle has travelled the world in various marketing roles for high tech companies including Novell, Symantec and Mozy. As the International & Partner Marketing Manager for Mozy, Michelle oversaw Mozy’s international expansions and most strategic partner relationships with China Telecom, Vodafone, Cox Cable, McAfee, Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Lenovo. At Symantec, Michelle built the federal marketing program and won a Government Marketing Best Practices award for her efforts there. At Novell, Michelle grew the partner program by over 300% and built marketing programs for Novell’s partners that are still in use today.  Michelle now serves on the board of the American Marketing Association-Utah as VP of Membership.

Michelle’s true passion, however, is in helping small business owners small businesses accelerate their marketing effectiveness through her  Marketing Therapy program. You can find Michelle any given day chatting up marketing ideas at her favorite small businesses, retail shops,  ice cream parlors, or hair dressers.
Thanks always to Landmark Catering for providing the food and to our angel sponsor, the Barbara Barrington Jones Family Foundation.



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