To paraphrase four wise Swedes: Here we go again. Marketing Communications is ringing in the 2019 semester with another slate of Brand Breakfasts. As always, presentations will feature members of our teams taking you through various topics, strategies, tutorials, and more — all in the service of crafting effective, on-brand marketing campaigns for your office.
We’ll also continue our companion series of next-day Ask Me Anything sessions, which give you the opportunity to drop by the Wesley Building and pick our brains about the previous Brand Breakfast, your own work, general marketing advice, our top-five favorite ABBA songs — anything, really.
Registration for each Brand Breakfast will cap at 30 attendees. If a session reaches capacity, subsequent registrants will be put on a wait list. For that reason, please choose thoughtfully.
9 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 21, | Tim Barton Colloquium at Capitol Federal Hall
Cheap shots: Producing video on a budget
Who said great video production has to be expensive? Our digital media team shows you the tools, equipment, and techniques that can score you a professional-grade video — all without breaking the bank.
Perfect for communicators who create video content
9 a.m. Thursday, March 21, | The Forum at Marvin Hall
Blue and a bird: Embracing simplicity in the brand
Sometimes simpler is better. Associate director of design Dave Gnojek shows you how to avoid overthinking your design work by letting iconic brand elements — the color blue, the classic Jayhawk — do the heavy lifting.
Perfect for communicators who oversee graphic design in creative or strategic roles
9 a.m. Thursday, April 18, | Alderson Auditorium (Kansas Union, Level 4)
Taking off online: Mastering your social media message
In this conversation with social content manager Bita Porubsky, learn how to optimize your presence on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, tailor your content to fit the right channel for your audience, and follow the social trends that will keep you ahead in 2019.
Perfect for communicators who create social media content