2015 Women in Agriculture Conference: Saturday, Feb. 21

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February 21, 2015

Making Sense of Marketing

So you can put your best boot forward!

Join us for inspiration, knowledge and networking on Saturday, February 21, 2015 for the 4th Annual Women in Agriculture Conference.

Have you ever been asked, “Tell me about your farm?” It’s more important than ever to be able to talk about it positively and with passion, no matter what you grow or how you sell it. Join us for an engaging, interactive day and learn who your audience is, what they want to know about your farm and what tools are best for you. Enjoy a day of inspiration, learning and networking with other women farmers.

This one-day gathering takes place simultaneously in 28 locations throughout Washington, Idaho, Oregon and Alaska–including Colville!

Successful women farmers will inspire you with the “best ideas” to showcase your farm. You will leave the conference with new skills for marketing, a 60-second spot to describe your business and know where you want to be in five years!

Mark your calendar and join other women (men are welcome to!) to learn, network and be ready to take action!

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Keynote farmer:

Emily Asmus
Welcome Table Farm
Walla Walla, WA

A successful and consistent marketing plan is essential to being profitable.

Emily will showcase how Welcome Table Farms keeps their “brand” fresh to build interest and loyalty. Learn what tools and techniques are critical to their marketing plan.

Visit the Welcome Table Farm to
learn more about Emily.

 

Engaging instructor:

Erica Mills
Claxon Marketing
Seattle, WA

Every woman can–and should–have a consistently compelling way to describe her farm business. Erica knows this isn’t easy and will help farms of all shapes and sizes tackle this tough challenge.

Using proven tools that have been pressure-tested by thousands of users, you’ll learn a simple, 3-step marketing method and create a Marketing Action Plan that gets you results.

Visit Claxon Marketing to learn more about Erica.

 

Registration fee is $30 but there is a $25 early bird special between January 10 and February 13; includes a light breakfast, lunch, handouts and tools you can use. Register at http://womeninag.wsu.edu/. Click on the Brown Paper Tickets button on the top right, and find a site near you.

Empowering women in agriculture to achieve goals and manage risk.