Tech 4 Mamas

Join us for these are short, informational workshops that help local mompreneurs with a variety of business related issues to help grow and expand their business.

 

It's a non traditional approach to learning content in the business industry that is more accessible and useful for busy moms.

 

Our structured workshop has a Q & A platform that allows for a terrific networking opportunity and a strong support group of like minded mompreneurs.

 

Classes are free.

Childcare: $5 per child to play in the Open Area.

Limit to 25 mompreneurs a session.

 

Must pre-register with by emailing sarah@puleocreative.com.

 

Next Date: Monday, November 30th at 1pm

 

 

Blogging for the Mompreneur: Intro to Blogging, Using Free Social Media to Boost your Sales

Instructor: Local mom and Marketing and Media Specialist Sarah Puleo

 

Class Overview and Outcomes:
1) Why You Should Be Blogging
2) How to Create a Business Blog
3) How to Write Your First 5 Blog Posts
4) Promoting Your Blog (and your business)

 

Please pre-register sarah@puleocreative.com

 

 

About the Instructor:


Sarah Puleo is a marketing entrepreneur with a passion for helping small businesses tell their story. She is founder and lead creative of PuleoCreative, a full-service marketing and digital media firm focused exclusively on helping small, local businesses target and engage with customers to drive results.

 

Since founding her firm, Sarah has prided herself on working closely with business owners to develop industry-appropriate customer strategies to create content for websites, email marketing campaigns and social media.

Prior to founding PuleoCreative, Sarah was purveyor of the website BettyCupcakes, a lifestyle blog in which she chronicled suburban life and her experiences with countless small businesses across the South Shore. Her writing has also appeared in The Patriot Ledger and Edible South Shore.

 

Sarah holds a Master of Arts in Teaching from Emmanuel College and a Bachelor of Arts in Science from Northeastern University. She lives in Norwell with her husband, Nick, children, Sam and Maeve, and loveable labradoodle, Gilligan.