PDX Women Chefs & Restaurateurs

Materials to download from 5/18 social media session by Amanda
May 21, 2009, 6:49 am
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First, a million thanks to Jennifer Fields for taking notes this past Monday night. She does a much better job at the blog posting than I do — I hardly even bother to tag anything. (Changing that with this post. Ahem!) Earlier today she posted a great overview of the social media session. Jennifer’s an awesome PR professional and a culinary school graduate as well, which makes her ideally suited for generating buzz about food and restaurants. If you want learn more about her, check out this lovely blog.

Also, many thanks to Amanda Oborne for hosting again. We’ll give your beautiful house a much-deserved break for the next session on season menu planning, to be presented by Kelly Myers (date TBD).

Lesson learned: don’t schedule a meeting on the same night that the IACP has a brainstorming session. We had at least four wonderful women who would have joined us if it wasn’t for the conflicting meetings. (By the way, we look forward to collaborating with the IACP in the future.)

For those interested, here’s a list of businesses and just plain cool folks that were at Monday night’s meeting:

(Apologies if I overlooked any individual or business — I tried to keep track of who was there as best as I could!)

Lastly, here are the files — one about Twitter from Lizzy Caston and the Facebook presentation from Marlynn Schotland. Check them out, especially if you didn’t make it to the event.

Twitter Business Tips

FACEBOOK Business Tips


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