Breakfast Seminar: George Rafeedie, Founder, Tell Your Story Communications

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SPEAKER PRESENTATION

Courtesy of Tell Your Story Communications and George Rafeedie, BMA Chicago Members can download Mr. Rafeedie’s full presentation by CLICKING HERE.

About the Breakfast

Tired of hearing the big companies with the fat budgets talk about how they spend millions to tell their stories? Come listen to George Rafeedie, founder of story marketing agency Tell Your Story, discuss how organizations with budgets of all sizes can set a great foundation for developing and sharing compelling stories. George will also share his insights from Content Marketing World 2015 with a "Top 10 Things Learned from Cleveland" list — including new trends, new people and new technologies to watch for in 2016 and beyond.

About the Speaker

George Rafeedie is the founder of Tell Your Story Communications, a story marketing agency with a purpose to make things happen through developing and sharing great stories so organizations can be successful and its people happy.

Rafeedie is also the founder of CoWorkers LLC, a start-up office sharing and networking business catered to established, suburban business professionals. CoWorkers exists to help people improve their work/life balance by providing another place to work and network.

Before founding Tell Your Story and CoWorkers, Rafeedie was a partner in branding and marketing consulting firm, BlueSilver Inc. Prior to that, he launched the Chicago office of HSR Business to Business (now Gyro) and grew it into one of the area’s most decorated b-to-b integrated marketing firms. In five years beginning in 2003, Rafeedie developed the office from zero billings to serving the needs of clients including USG Corporation, Motorola, United Stationers, Zebra Technologies, LaSalle Bank and SIRVA.

When
Begins:Wednesday, September 23, 2015 at 7:00am
Ends:Wednesday, September 23, 2015 at 9:00am
Where

Loyola University Chicago
Schreiber Center, 16 E. Pearson
8th Fl
Chicago, IL 60611

Agenda

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