SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN–Social Media Breakfast Saskatoon (SMByxe) is pleased to announce the July 2017 Topic:

The Dos and Don’ts of Social Media for Business

So… you have a LinkedIn profile. Now what? Social media can be a great way to leverage your network and get better business opportunities, but one wrong step can undo it all. There are many great platforms for B2B businesses and job seekers, but most people aren’t using them to their full potential. This topic will serve as an intro to professional networking and explain how to use social media to get better results.

Joining us for this special summer event are Saskatoon social media business leaders, Sara Wheelwright and Katrina German. Each have taken strategic action with their business social media channels and have stories of personal bests and best-to-avoids in the online networking ecosystem. Sara and Katrina will both get 20 minutes to give attendees their actionable dos and don’ts of social media for business, followed by a Q&A period.

In keeping with the topic, SMByxe founder Amy Rederburg will also be introducing Social Media Breakfast Saskatoon’s Code of Conduct. All attendees are invited to sign the Code of Conduct and share with their own networks using the hashtag #SMByxeCode.

A light breakfast will be available to attendees courtesy of our generous sponsor, PickNic’s Catering.

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 #SMByxe4.



When: Friday, July 21, 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.

Where: Saskatoon Farmer’s Market, 120 Sonnenschein Way, Saskatoon, SK

Registration: Eventbrite.ca SMByxe4

Cost: Registration is $10 and all proceeds go back to TLC @ Home.

Parking: There is a pay lot and street parking is free until 9 am.

Speakers: Sara Wheelwright & Katrina German

Sara’s bio:  “Award winning entrepreneur & marketing maverick, public speaker & community supporter, I’ve been immersed in marketing since 1992.
S&E Trusted Online Directories Inc. opened its doors in 2011 with the launch of www.trustedsaskatoon.com, followed by www.trustedregina.com in 2012 , which in 2017 became our 1st franchised market. In 2014, we launched Trusted Marketing Services, a full service Saskatchewan marketing agency.
There is nothing that satisfies me more than promoting and helping local reputable businesses succeed and achieve their marketing & business goals.
I believe in transparency, honesty and adding value, my clients are partners and we work together to create excellence.”

Website: www.trustedsaskatoon.com

Twitter: @trustedcanada

Katrina’s bio: “Katrina is an award-winning entrepreneur from Saskatoon specializing in communications, technology and digital strategy. She is a seasoned executive, leader and strategist who has influenced millions of people through digital storytelling and online media. Through her fifteen years in communications, she has worn many hats -Tech startup CEO, fundraiser, digital strategist, community manager, writer, television producer and host, video editor, speaker, and trainer. Katrina is in the CBC Future 40 Under 40, has won the YWCA Women of Distinction Award for Entrepreneurship, Startup Canada Prairie Award for Innovation and was one of the young entrepreneurs that represented Canada at the G20 YEA Summit in Berlin, Germany this summer. ”

Website: www.katrinagerman.com

Twitter: @katrinavision


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: PickNic’s Catering

SMByxe4 Breakfast Sponsor PickNic's Catering Logo

PickNic’s Catering Saskatoon, is proud to offer affordable appetizers, nibbles or meals for your lunch, dinner or event catering needs. They cater throughout Saskatoon, and would be more than happy to provide for your next special event. Specialties include, but are not limited to, weddings, banquets, midnight lunches, conventions, Christmas parties, and more!


Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/picknicscatering

Website: www.saskatooncatering.ca/

Audio Sponsor: Soundlounge by t.Bone

SoundLounge T.Bone Logo for SMBYXE

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

Charity: TLC @ Home

“To touch the life of a child in such a way as to love, care for, inspire, motivate and to give hope of opportunities by which they can improve their life and those around them.

First started in 2006 by Shelley James of The Hairstyle Inn, TLC@Home started off small distributing shoeboxes of gifts to one Saskatoon community school (Princess Alexandra). Now 10 years later Cameco and Global Saskatoon have joined them along the way as partners in the gift program. In 2016, TLC@Home reached 5 schools with gift boxes for 996 children.”

SMB proceeds go to a new local non-profit organization every month. Get in touch with Amy to add your favourite charity to the growing list of beneficiaries.


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