Social media trends, tips and TikTok

Live session begins at 5:30 p.m. on Sept. 15

Moderator: Chelsey Dequaine-Jerabek
Panelist: Liz Boyd
Panelist: Kristin Brey
Panelist: Megan Gorecki
Panelist: Allison Kelley
Panelist: Tiffany Klinger
Panelist: Clare McManamon

Location: Live in-person at Leopold’s Books Bar Caffè, 1301 Regent St.

Hear a group of Wisconsin experts discuss how social media is changing and how they’ve optimized strategy around the ever-evolving focus on video. This is a free in-person event, also covered live on the Cap Times’ Instagram account. Thought Bubbles, the official beer of Idea Fest created by Young Blood Beer Company, will be available.

No registration necessary.

Session sponsored by Leopold’s Books Bar Caffè

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