Keep Marketing Fun 101 Workshop – Recap

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Back by popular demand!

This past weekend we hosted the first of many Brendan & Brendan workshops – Keep Marketing Fun 101 – to a full house of eager startups and entrepreneurs. We walked attendees through the basics of Validation & Acquisition, Building Brand Narrative and Community Management & Building.

We were lucky to have such an engaging group of professionals willing to learn from one another throughout our day-long collaborative workshop process. This is the true value of “Keep Marketing Fun”!

Some comments we received after the workshop:

I want more! When’s the next workshop?

I feel like I’m getting thousands of dollars of marketing advice. So many things I never thought about.

I can’t wait to apply this new knowledge to my business.

For more details on what you missed check out the official Keep Marketing Fun 101 Workshop site and our flickr gallery.

We’d like to thank everyone who attended our sold out workshop and special thanks to our exclusive sponsor Ernst & Young for helping us supply such yummy food from La Bistrote.

This isn’t our last rodeo!

Didn’t make it out to our workshop this past weekend – no problem – we’ve got more workshops on the way!

Brendan & Brendan will officially be launching an year-long curriculum of  weeknight and weekend workshops covering a wide variety of topics. Here’s a sneak peek at a few topics we’ll be offering: Landing Page 911, Validate or die!, Telling Your Story, Developing your Digital Channel, Blogging Master Class, Social Media for Executives, and a whole lot more.

We know how much you love us and we love helping you. However, we know our limitations. Just like you we enjoy learning from experts in other fields and many of them are friends. That’s why we’ve invited them to teach some of these topics too. It’s going to be an exciting year!

Keep checking the blog and follow us on Facebook and Twitter to learn more about our future workshop pricing and dates.

If you would like to suggest a topic in advance please let us know in the comments below and we’ll do our best to add it to the curriculum.

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