Social Media Breakfast Saskatoon (SMByxe) #2

8:30 am – 10:30am, Friday, May 5, 2017 – Saskatoon Farmer’s Market

SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN–Social Media Breakfast Saskatoon (SMByxe) is pleased to announce the May 2017 Topic: Quality > Quantity: How to Make Standout Content.

Whether you’re using social media for personal or professional motives, it can be hard to stay consistent while providing your followers and fans with quality ideas.

Join us as the Saskatchewanderer of 2016, Neil Fisher, discusses the principles of developing quality content for online use. Neil has had the privilege of working with media, government, private organizations and businesses on projects where he gained valuable experience creating content for online audiences. This presentation will highlight how to start producing like a professional and ways of incorporating key messages relating to branding. Post discussion, Neil will answer audience questions in an interactive Q&A.

A special Cinco de Mayo breakfast of tamales, cafe de hoya, and ricanelas gamesa will be available to attendees courtesy of our generous sponsor, La Taqueria Mexicana.

Seating is limited. Please RSVP at Eventbrite.

If you’re not able to attend, follow and join in on the discussion on Twitter @SMByxe via #SMByxe2.

Social Media Breakfast Saskatoon - 2 Quality - Quantity

When: Friday, May 5, 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Where: Saskatoon Farmer’s Market, 120 Sonnenschein Way, Saskatoon, SK
Registration: SMByxe2
Cost: Suggested donation is $10. Registration is by donation and all proceeds go back to the Meewasin Valley Authority.
Parking: There is a pay lot and street parking is free until 9 am.
Speaker: Neil Fisher, 2016 Saskatchewanderer.

“Born on the west coast of British Columbia and immersed in marine biology through numerous years of employment with the Vancouver Aquarium, Neil has used social media both personally and professionally to share the stories of unique Canadian flora and fauna vanishing at alarming rates.
After moving to Saskatchewan in 2014, Neil promptly dove into the field of broadcast media as an ENG for Global Television. Neil’s daily responsibilities include creating eye-catching posts for Global’s social media accounts. For the duration of 2016 he was employed by the Government of Saskatchewan as the Saskatchewanderer, highlighting the benefits of life in the province through the creation of highly engaging social media content.”

Twitter: @neilfisher
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/neilfisherphotography/
Website: http://www.neilfisher.com/


Venue Sponsor: Saskatoon Farmer’s Market

Saskatoon Farmer's Market Logo for SMBYXE

Members of the Saskatoon Farmers’ Market “Make It, Bake It, or Grow It and Sell It”, offering only what they produce. This ensures high quality products and allows consumers direct, personal contact with producers. Founded in 1975, the Market is a member-owned, non-profit cooperative, providing residents and visitors the best in local agricultural products, baking, prepared foods and crafts. The Market is available for special event rentals, such as weddings.

Twitter: @stoonfarmersmkt
Facebook: www.facebook.com/stoonfarmersmkt
Website: www.saskatoonfarmersmarket.com

Breakfast Sponsor: La Taqueria Mexicana

La Taqueria Mexicana Cinco de Mayo deal

La Taqueria Mexicana is a member of the Saskatoon Farmers’ Market where they offer a wide selection of authentic Mexican cuisine. They are a family owned business, originally from Mexico. Laura and Verschiell will delight you with carefully prepared traditional dishes including tacos, tortas, flautas de pollo, gringas and a lot more! Plus, they have gluten free and vegetarian options. La Taqueria Mexicana caters office lunches, weddings, and other celebrations throughout the year. Ask to see their menu. Come down to the Farmer’s Market for fresh tacos Tuesday through Sunday. They’re open 6 days a week (closed Mondays).

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LaTaqueraM3xicana/

Audio Sponsor: Soundlounge by t.Bone

Sound Lounge t.Bone.png

Sound Lounge by tBone is a recording studio specializing in audio for marketing and broadcast. Recently they’ve created an additional wing to the business – the Audio Time Capsule, recording your loved one in an interview style conversation, removing the interviewer’s questions, creating a personalized soundtrack, and then giving you the life story and lessons of your Mom or Dad to cherish forever. Samples available online at AudioTimeCapsule.ca.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Sound-Lounge-by-tBone/618796971469453
Website: www.thesoundlounge.ca

Administrative Cost Sponsor: Start Fresh Media

start_fresh_media_logo for SMBYXE

StartFreshMedia.com is a social media consultancy dedicated to helping clients profit from their social platforms. They spend time dissipating the “smoke & mirrors” aspect that permeates the industry with their core value: “connection is currency”. The Start Fresh model allows flexibility to compete with a wide variety of firms, both nationally and internationally. They bring the coffee or tea. Algorithms don’t have pulses – humans do. Start Fresh today!

Twitter: @startfreshhere
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StartFreshHere/
Website: www.StartFreshMedia.com

Charity: The Meewasin Valley Authority

According to their website, the Meewasin Valley Authority exists to ensure a healthy and vibrant river valley, with a balance between human use and conservation for the benefit of present and future generations.
Due to the devastating provincial budget cuts on March 22, 2017, Meewasin is operating on $409,000 less from last year. SMByxe wants to raise donations for the cause and support them through social media awareness. Learn more about how the MVA is dealing with the budget reductions here.

SMB proceeds go to a new local non-profit organization every month.


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