Jan 7 2014, 5:36am CST | by PR.com
Raleigh, NC, January 07, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Women’s Power Networking (WPN) invites entrepreneurs, business owners and C-level execs to their popular Power Lunch. The Friday, January 10, 2014 event features Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) on Demand Christina Motley, CEO of Christina Motley, LLC. The multi-award winning CEO in her talk "Analyzing the Marketing Environment" will share insights on the value of current and relevant data when branding, creating effective marketing strategies and working multi-generationally. The luncheon is at Midtown Grille, 4421-115 Six Forks Road in Raleigh’s North Hills Shopping Center from 11:30am-1:30pm. Register online at http://bit.ly/Power-Lunch-Jan2014.
“I’m honored to be invited to speak and look forward meeting new people and sharing information that can help businesses grow successfully,” said Motley, an integrated marketing expert with over 200 awards for her leadership, creativity, writing and results.
WPN Co-founder Jean Hedges said, “Women’s Power Networking is a national women’s organization based in Raleigh. We are dedicated to enabling professional women to achieve their highest potential. Our Power Lunches offer WPN members and visitors a chance to meet old friends, make new ones, and leave feeling restored and ready to take their business to the next level. The event provides attendees an opportunity to join together to listen to a dynamic local or national speaker while enjoying a delicious and reasonably priced meal in the ambiance of a local restaurant.”
“We are excited to launch our 2014 power lunch with Christina, a serial entrepreneur who built and sold two businesses which are still in operation in Southwest Virginia. Her lively conversational speaking style is fun and engaging,” said Marilyn Shannon, WPN co-founder and speaker scheduler. “In addition to her sharing information on analyzing the market environment, we are delighted she is offering one of the registered attendees a Brand Audit worth $1,500.”
About Christina Motley
Christina Motley is an integrated marketing expert, published author, sought after speaker and regular contributor to a variety of professional publications and popular magazines. As a Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) and Gap Eradicator, Christina’s business and team are dedicated to delivering fractional CMO services on demand and on point marketing strategy When & Where clients need it.
Christina has over 200 awards for her leadership, creativity, writing and results across all marketing and communications channels, including multiple ADDY Awards from the American Advertising Association, the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), the Higher Education Marketing Report, the Printing Industry of America, Graphic Design USA, the Southern Economic Development Council and National Federation of Press Women.
No matter the size or type of company or agency, Christina leaves a lasting footprint by optimizing effective marketing and minimizing expenditures to generate the greatest return on investment (ROI) with finely-tuned and proven, traditional and digital, internal and external communications strategies.
Learn more at www.christinamotley.com, sign up for email alerts for tips and resources at http://www.christinamotley.com/email-alerts/, and connect with Christina on a variety of new media channels.
About Women’s Power Networking (WPN)
Founded originally as Coffee and Contacts in 2007, Women’s Power Networking “Alliances for Business - Alliances for Life” is a national organization with 30+ chapters in North Carolina, Missouri, and Pennsylvania. WPN is the umbrella for Cocktails and Contacts, the WPN Speakers Bureau, Power Lunches, and Executive Roundtables. Their weekly Coffee and Contacts chapter meetings offer women a positive environment to grow personally and professionally. Visit http://www.WomensPowerNetworking.com
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