Jeff Fisher, the Engineer of Creative Identity for the design firm Jeff Fisher LogoMotives, will be a member of the panel discussing Harnessing the Power of Online Social Networks to be hosted by Self-Employed Creative Professionals (SECP) in Portland, OR on May 15, 2008. The event, from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM, will be held at The Oregon Stamp Society, 4828 NE 33rd Avenue in Portland. The activity fee is $10.
Online forums and newsgroups are major source of marketing and promotion for Fisher. Clients from around the globe have found their way to his one-man design firm. His efforts have been highlighted in books, magazines and websites. His social networking has also resulted in requests to speak to design students, business organizations and major design conferences, including the annual HOW Design Conference.
Others to be on the panel discussing the business advantages of social networking are writer Susan Rich of RichWriting Creative Services, Working Artists LLC founder Adrienne Fritze, and eMarketing Strategist Elgé Premeau. Christian Messer, of Whiplash Design, is scheduled to be the moderator for the evening.
SECP strives to be a hub for creative talent — a resource for both creative independents and the business community they serve - in the Portland metropolitan area. Self-Employed Creative Professionals are the strategic planners, writers, photographers and designers who create advertising and marketing buzz, plan and design websites, and develop content and images for effective communications. Members range from recent graduates to seasoned professionals who have built a successful business around the creative work they love. The organization currently has nearly 600 members.
Additional information about "Harnessing the Power of Online Social Networks" may be found on the SECP website.
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