Multi-Craftâ€™s Second Lunch and Learn Addresses a Hot Topic
Online PR News – 08-February-2011 – – Media Contact:
The Eisen Agency
Cincinnati, OH â€“February 7, 2011â€“ Multi-Craftâ€™s second monthly Ideas on Motion seminar will have another full house Thursday February 10th, 2011. The monthly series is off to a successful start, filling seats with ease. Due to the high response, this monthâ€™s Ideas in Motion will be offered on a second date, Monday February 28th.
â€śWe were very pleased with the energetic discussion at our first event,â€ť said seminar leader and Multi-Craft president Deborah Simpson. â€śWeâ€™re challenging ourselves to offer insights on relevant industry topics that marketers care about.â€ť
Februaryâ€™s seminar addresses a central idea in the current marketing industry, â€śIntegrated Strategic Marketingâ€ť. This word is popping up more frequently all the time, as companies are introduced to new marketing channels. More than just a buzz word, marketers are struggling to find the right balance between old and new, print and digital.
â€śIntegration is a hot trend with a lot of conflicting information surrounding it. We hope to share when and for what purpose print and digital options are most effective,â€ť said Simpson.
Multi-Craftâ€™s Ideas in Motion seminars are offered at no cost the second Thursday of each month from noon to 1 p.m. Lunch, raffle prizes and an informational presentation are provided. Call Multi-Craft at 859.581.2754 or email email@example.com to receive information regarding the next Ideas in Motion seminar on March 10th.
Unable to attend this monthâ€™s Ideas in Motion? Follow Multi-Craft on Twitter @IdeasnMotion to be kept in the loop on key points from the seminar.
Multi-Craft is a privately-held marketing services and support company founded in 1955, providing strategic marketing support, creative and print services, mailing, fulfillment and database management for businesses seeking opportunity and growth in their market. Its focus is to develop solutions with measurable results and ROI for a long-term business partnership. For more information visit: www.Multi-Craft.com.