Paducah Main Street, a division of the City of Paducah Planning Department, is hosting a free seminar for local businesses, entrepreneurs, and artists. The Branding Your Business seminar will be Thursday, March 9 at 9 a.m. at Maiden Alley Cinema located at 112 Maiden Alley. Seating is limited. Please pre-register by calling 270-444-8690.
The guest speaker will be Todd Duff, CEO of Innovations Branding House, a Paducah company that focuses on developing business marketing solutions. The team at Innovations Branding House builds full marketing campaigns for clients including print pieces, website design, rebranding, and video production. Duff speaks at local and national venues on the topics of marketing, business development, public relations, and social media.
During the seminar, Duff will guide the attendees through a process of understanding how to answer the following questions for their businesses:
There will be a question and answer session allowing participants to gain further insight.
Downtown Development Specialist - Paducah Main Street Director Melinda Winchester says, “In my regular meetings with local small businesses, the owners have told me that they would like to have more information on customer perceptions, marketing, and branding. I’m excited to provide the opportunity for local businesses, artists, and entrepreneurs to gather in one place to learn from Todd Duff and from each other. He and his team at Innovations Branding House provide so many avenues for businesses to improve their customer experience.”
For more information about the Branding Your Business seminar and to pre-register, contact Winchester at 270-444-8690. Additional information can be found at www.paducahmainstreet.org or the Paducah Main Street Facebook page.
Paducah Main Street, a 2017 Accredited Kentucky Main Street Community, follows the National Main Streets Four-Point Approach® emphasizing organization, promotion, design, and economic restructuring. The goal is to encourage downtown revitalization and economic development within the context of historic preservation.