Lights, Smartphone, Action! A Hands-On Video Workshop
The feature breakout conference speaker, Beth Z- Your Nerdy Best Friend, is offering a virtual pre-education workshop on January 12, 2021 just for KRPA members. This workshop will take place of our traditional marketing workshop. You will not want to miss this opportunity
Since Steven Spielberg isn't going to intern at your company, YOU need to figure out how to make videos for social media, marketing and communications. This hands-on workshop teaches you a dozen of easy, budget-friendly tech tools to make professional-level videos on the cheap and on the fly.
What will you takeaway from this workshop?
Do I have to be registered for conference to attend this workshop?
No! This workshop will be open to members and non-members. It is a virtual. Learn all you can from the comfort of your office.
Is there an extra cost to this workshop or is it part of my conference registration?
This workshop is a special add-on opportunity from conference. The cost for the workshop is $75 for those attending conference or people who are purchasing this workshop as a stand-alone opportunity.
Will Beth Z also present this information at conference?
No! Beth will present 2 different conference sessions apart from this workshop. The 2 conference sessions will not be virtual.
Wednesday, January 19th, from 4:30-5:30
Since her first Motorola RAZR flip phone , Beth has made a verb out of the word nerd. She’s here to help you filter through thousands of apps, gadgets, widgets and doodads to find the perfect free and bargain technology tools for work and home. Although the only real trophy she ever won was for making perfect French fries at McDonald’s in high school, Beth Z has been featured on Best Speaker lists by several groups that write best speaker lists. She is also a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), the highest earned credential from the National Speakers Association. It’s kind of a big deal. She has written multiple books on apps and has spoken to about 100,000 people, about 99.9% of whom can’t pronounce her last name.