Coffee with Clancy: Creating Quality Branding for Your Target Audience (Pre-recording)
Are you in need of business advice but haven't been able to meet with Clancy in our office? Are you looking to expand your network and kick start your morning with a great conversation with other entrepreneurs? Do you need an excuse to grab some coffee, hot chocolate or a croissant?
You're in luck because we are bringing Clancy and a handful of business experts to you!
Coffee with Clancy will now be available virtually. Clancy and a business expert will host a casual discussion on an entrepreneurial topic from the comfort of your home! Pour yourself some coffee or hot chocolate and tune in. We encourage you to ask questions, so you can get the answers and guidance you need for your entrepreneurial success!
Edee will discuss how to utilize social media platforms to elevate your brand and reach your target audience. I will be focusing on techniques to use Pinterest and Instagram to tell your brand’s story and reach a larger audience.
CEO and Founder
Edee Burton started Engaged Media, a full-suite digital marketing firm, shortly after graduating from American University in Washington, D.C.
While in Washington, D.C., Edee worked for several non-profits and international companies to expand the reach of their brand. She quickly developed a passion for those who had a story to tell, a product that was unique, or a service they could provide, but were lacking in how to market themselves. She was asked to help take these brands to the world marketplace using social media platforms. Those early experiences coupled Edee’s passions for inclusion and writing, translated into immediate success with the brands she helped. Today, Edee brings those passions to many local, regional, national, and international brands, to create a path for them to promote, inspire, and educate, people everywhere.
Business Advisor-Northern Region
Women's Business Center of Utah
Clancy was an officer in the U.S. Army and then transitioned to corporate America, where she was often the only woman at the table. She realized women need a better understanding of their strengths and how to leverage them to become leaders. Later she started her own coaching business. Clancy joined the WBCUtah team where she continues to help women live their best lives, both professionally and personally.