FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Lisa Saunders, business writing consultant
PO Box 389, Mystic, CT 06355
Networking Author, Michael Whitehouse, Launches New Podcast and Newsletter to Help Non-Profits and Businesses Share Mission or Expertise
Will host full-day, small business conference in Mystic, Connecticut, April 25
Mystic, Conn.— Michael Whitehouse, author of the book on business networking, “The Guy Who Knows a Guy,” has just launched “The Guy Who Knows A Guy Podcast” to help non-profits and entrepreneurs build their networks. His first four podcasts feature digital marketing, business writing, health and accounting experts who will be teaching workshops at the Southeast Connecticut Business Conference on April 25 in Mystic, Connecticut.
“They say it’s not what you know, it’s who you know, and it’s true that a network is one of your most important assets. A network is not something you’re born with. It’s something you build,” says Whitehouse. Every week, Whitehouse will interview entrepreneurs from southeast Connecticut to share their expertise. He’ll also answer listener questions on networking, sales, marketing and entrepreneurship. Episode 2 is now available for download on several platforms. Guest Lisa Saunders, editor and writing coach, discusses the credibility and free publicity gained when an entrepreneur authors a book. In Episode 1, Karen Etchells of Innovast Digital Marketing, explains what to consider when launching an effective digital marketing strategy.
Whitehouse, the publisher of the monthly print magazine, Groton-Mystic Neighbors, also writes articles to help non-profits and businesses expand their audiences. People can sign up for his free e-newsletter, which includes an expansive list of upcoming networking events in southeastern Connecticut, his latest “The Guy Who Knows A Guy Podcast” and links to his articles such as “6 Keys to Writing A Non Profit Spotlight,” by writing to him at: email@example.com.
Regarding his upcoming Southeast Connecticut Business Conference, Whitehouse says, “It’s everything you need to know about business but don’t know whom to ask. This is a great event for entrepreneurs, big business employees, authors, artists, artisans and anyone who wants to learn about business and expand their network. In my workshop, I will share the basics of sales and business development for entrepreneurs who find themselves needing to act as salespeople and not liking it very much.” About the conference:
Thurs., April 25, 8 a.m.–4 p.m.
Southeast Connecticut Business Conference
Location: Enders Island, Mystic, Conn.
A full-day of education, business development and networking overlooking the Sound. Nine speakers, three tracks of workshops, five program items, and structured networking. Topics include marketing, human resources, business writing and self-care. Featured speakers: Michelle Jacobik, Karen Etchells, Lisa Saunders, Michael Whitehouse, Rick Mattson, Bridget Brown, Rachel Dash-Dougherty, Melissa Miko and Jessica LaVigne.
Cost: $97 includes breakfast andlunch
Whitehouse was just interviewed on “The Lisa Saunders Show” of SEC-TV with two other conference speakers, Rachel Dash-Dougherty, LCSW, RYT200, Clinical Social Worker/Therapist, and Karen Etchells of Innovast Digital Marketing. Watch or listen at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7_azzRlYrg
Whitehouse is available for talks and workshops on networking for beginners and advanced alike. Visit: www.guywhoknowsaguy.com or contact him at: firstname.lastname@example.org, 203-707-1245. Whitehouse of Groton, Connecticut, is the publisher of the monthly print magazine, Groton-Mystic Neighbors, founder of The Crisis Control Group and Vice President of the Groton Rotary Club. In his book, “The Guy Who Knows a Guy,” Whitehouse shares simple techniques to build a network in a new community that anyone can learn.