Social Media for International Business

  • 02 Oct 2014
  • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • CSU EMBA Classroom, 410 17th Street, Suite 2440, Denver, CO 80202


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Do you know how to use social media and mobile marketing to reach new audiences and raise awareness in international markets?

In our fast-evolving digital world, having a strong strategic social media presence for each of your target markets is essential. And while social media offers unparalleled opportunities to promote your business globally, to be effective, it requires a sustained investment of both time and dollars. In this data-rich session, we’ll explore the complex online global landscape and show you how to use social media and mobile marketing to drive traffic to your website, boost your company’s reputation, generate leads, and gain market insight. You will learn from actual case studies and gain practical techniques for prioritizing your company’s social media investment.

Key Takeaways:
  • The top 5 need-to-know country-specific trends in social media adoption
  • 4 strategic approaches to prioritizing your company’s investment in social media
  • 3 key ways to leverage social media for thought leadership
  • Best practices for monitoring and measuring the ROI of social media


Rosie Siemer, fiveseed

Rosie is Founder and CEO of Fiveseed and  a recognized expert in digital strategy. She worked as a consultant for a leading brand agency and was responsible for marketing strategy and brand development. She has consulted for institutions across the U.S. including the Museum of Science Boston, University of Nebraska, University of Michigan- Flint, University of Southern Mine, History Colorado, Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence, Association of Zoos and Aquariums, Regis University, Phoenix Zoo, and the National Children's Study. 

This training counts 4 hours toward a Certificate in International Trade.

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Cancellation Policy
Refunds will only be remitted if cancellation occurs 48 hours in advance of the training.  Payment transference may occur on a case-by-case basis.  Cancellations occurring on the day of the training will not be refunded or transferred.