Capturing Business on a Budget

Sep 13, 2017 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM CDT

Wisconsin Historical Society

816 State Street, Madison, WI 53706, United States

Event Description
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Join the Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau for a partner event on DIY marketing and learn how to use resources you already own— like a smartphone — to create low-cost, high-quality assets that will help promote your brand. Guest speaker Danielle Bruflodt will share fundamentals of smartphone photography and examples of how a limited marketing budget doesn’t mean sacrificing quality. Don’t forget to BYOD (bring your own device) as you’ll have an opportunity to step behind the camera during our interactive photo activity in the beautiful headquarters of the Wisconsin Historical Society.    
FREE for GMCVB partners and their staff!
1:00 PM – Registration & Networking
1:30 PM – Photography Tips & Techniques
2:30 PM – Photography Activity
3:30 PM – Event Concludes


 Danielle Bruflodt
 Blogger, Designer, Freelancer
 Thyme is Honey

Dani Bruflodt has spent the past 8 years as a social media strategist, working with
both small businesses and national brands to create beautiful, engaging experiences across social media platforms. She regularly teaches social media and photography workshops, recently penned an eBook, "Mastering iPhone Photography" and in the Spring of 2017 launched an online course, "Mastering Instagram." Her work has been featured at Midwest Living, The Today Show and Our Body Book by Cameron Diaz. Along with her work in social media, Dani is a blogger, designer and Etsy shop owner who is passionate about helping other business owners develop successful social  media skills and strategies. 

Industry education series sponsored by:

Wisconsin Historical Society
816 State Street, Madison, WI 53706, United States
Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau

The Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) is dedicated to creating economic impact through tourism. The effects of our "invisible industry" benefit everyone living in Dane County in key areas including jobs, community services and quality of life.