JEDCO, Jefferson Chamber to Host Prosper Jefferson Seminar on E-Commerce and Online Sales
JEFFERSON PARISH, La. – E-commerce is revolutionizing the retail industry, with a growing number of consumers choosing to spend their dollars online, and brick-and-mortar companies devising innovative ways to target consumers and ultimately boost sales – whether it be by creating an online store or updating their digital content.
As part of the Prosper Jefferson seminar series, JEDCO and the Jefferson Chamber of Commerce will host an online sales seminar on Wednesday, Aug. 28, where three experts discuss a wide variety of topics related to e-commerce, including: branding for Google, launching an online store, registering domain names and trademarks, using Amazon and Shopify to sell products, and considering technology when planning an e-commerce site.
The seminar takes place from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Entergy (4809 Jefferson Highway, Jefferson, LA 70121). The $5 admission covers a hot breakfast. Register here.
Meet the Speakers
Jennifer John is the founder and CEO of Pang Wangle and Fresh Media. Through strong visual content, collaborations with social media influencers and targeted advertising, Pang Wangle is growing and steadily adding new inventory. Fresh Media is an award-winning video production company that uses visual storytelling to promote brand messages.
Shawn Kelly leads the sales team for Search Influence, a digital marketing agency located in the CBD. Search Influence helps customers successfully market online by developing tools, technology, and the experts who support them. They work with hundreds of customers nationwide, along with local groups like the Audubon Nature Institute.
Michael C. Wedge, the founder and CEO of Prytania Cloud Solutions, boasts a 37-year career in the information technology industry, providing him the opportunity to work on both the vendor and customer sides of business. Wedge founded Prytania Cloud Solutions to provide IT services for small business owners to ensure they get the most from their technology investments.