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Digital Marketing class offered June 18

Learn from three Baker County businesses how to boost your brand and increase sales with digital and social media and e-commerce.
What is digital branding and how can it help your business? The Baker County Economic Development Council has partnered with the Baker City Herald and Baker County Chamber of Commerce to help you learn how to increase your business and create a distinct brand using digital media.

Three local businesses will talk about marketing to new customers with electronic media. Kari Borgen from the Baker City Herald will talk about the digital brand they've created for their new information service, Tori Brown of Barley Browns will share how social media is used in marketing in the brewing industry and Jacki Adams will explain how Sycamore Tree has expanded their markets through an e-commerce website.

Bring your brown bag lunch, and be sure to attend this class, Wednesday June 18th from noon to 1:00 at the Baker School District 5J conference room.  For more information and to pre-register, contact the Baker County Economic Development Office at 541-523-5460.
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