Business Briefs March 13, 2017
Cyber-attack information sessions
DTCI is offering a free one-hour cyber-attack information session for local businesses. Discussion topics include knowing what anti-virus protection to have in place; educating users about ransomware and phishing; understanding the importance of backing up your data; and properly protecting your data with a backup and disaster recovery plan. Call 970-930-6068 to register for this limited time offer.
Stewart joins Roaring Fork Engineering
Danny Stewart, P.E., has joined Roaring Fork Engineering as a principal. Stewart, a civil engineer, previously worked for SGM Engineering and brings skills in design and project management. With 10 years of experience in development and municipal infrastructure design, Stewart has designed many of the public utilities relied on every day. Stewart brings Roaring Fork Engineering’s total number of technical staff to seven.
Business and Breakfast: Email Marketing
The Glenwood Springs Branch Library will be hosting a two-part workshop for businesses on Monday, March 13, at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. respectively. Part one of this session, taught by Trent Blizzard, will be an accessible class focused on Email Marketing 101. You’ll learn how to write emails for maximum impact, pitfalls to avoid, and best practices to implement. Part two of this session, taught by Kristen Blizzard, can walk you through how to use MailChimp to take your own email marketing campaigns to the next level. Bring your laptop and access information to your free MailChimp account for this more in-depth portion. For more information about these free sessions call 970-945-5958.
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