SARANAC LAKE, NY (July 31, 2020) - Point Positive, Inc. and the North Country Innovation Hotspot Program at Clarkson's Shipley Center will offer a series of free virtual workshops for entrepreneurs on Wednesdays starting August 12th. The virtual workshops will provide new knowledge on specific topics and the skills needed to brand, market, and effectively launch a business. The workshops consist of weekly one-hour sessions focused on social media marketing, websites, and online branding. Each session will begin with a virtual networking component and like-minded entrepreneurs will be able to connect and share new ideas. The workshops will be presented by Nicole Ouellette, founder of Break Even Communications.
● Week One: August 12, 12:00-1:00 pm What Is Branding
● Week Two: August 19, 12:00-1:00 pm Social Media Marketing + Branding
● Week Three: August 26, 12:00-1:00 pm Websites + Branding
● Week Four: September 2, 12:00-1:00 pm Beyond Online Branding
Participants can register at www.PointPositive101.com.
More About Point Positive
Point Positive Inc. is the angel investing and mentoring group of seasoned business leaders in the Greater Adirondacks. Over the past six years, the organization has vetted over 50 ventures from a wide range of industries, committing over $3.1 million in capital, fueling new jobs, and a stronger diversified economy in the Adirondacks.
Partnerships with regional colleges and universities such as Clarkson, NCCC, Paul Smith's, and SUNY Plattsburgh, as well as economic development organizations, other angel investment groups, and venture capital funds, further the effort through networking, relationships and a collaborative approach creating jobs and building sustainable businesses to retain graduates and future generations in the Adirondacks.
More About the North Country Innovation Hotspot Program
The North Country Innovation Hot Spot Program, hosted by Clarkson University, is a New York State-supported program charged with supporting and coordinating the regional entrepreneurial ecosystem. Working with regional economic development partners and Clarkson University research centers, this program has consulted on over 400 projects and facilitated the creation of more than 160 new startup companies across the North Country region. Support is provided in the areas of technology validation, prototyping, market research, investor relations and much more.