Social Media Workshop at the Vermont Farm Show *Free*

By Terence Bradshaw

In 2019, growing your Vermont brand online is more important than ever before. The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets is offering a workshop to help you sharpen your Social Media marketing skills. Whether you’re making melt-in-your-mouth maple candy, or growing fresh fruits and veggies, learn the latest tips, tricks and trends to help build up your food or agriculture business. How do I get more people to see my content? Which platforms should I be investing in? We’ll cover everything you need to know to develop a digital presence for your “Made in Vermont” brand. Join us January 30th from 10:30 AM-12 PM at the Champlain Valley Expo.

Limited spots are available so sign up for FREE today: trevor.audet – 802-522-4725.

Download Promo Video: https://www.dropbox.com/s/gzganwn5s6foa6y/SOCIAL_WORKSHOP.mp4?dl=0

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Wine Distribution and Vermont Restaurants- Webinar 11/15

By Terence Bradshaw

Wine Distribution and Vermont Restaurants

A Virtual Workshop

Wednesday, November 15th

8:30 am – 9:30 am

An introduction to wine distribution and restaurant sales in Vermont. We will discuss:

*How to evaluate using a distributor vs. self distribution
*How to research distributors and determine which to approach

*The basics of how to approach a distributor, including information you need to have prepared beforehand.

Plus opportunities for Q&A.

Our speakers come from Farrell Distributing, but will be speaking about Vermont distribution options more broadly. Speakers are: Ryan Chaffin, Dawn Rowlee, Don MacDonald, Stuart Timmons.

Materials, including a webinar recording, will be posted at http://vermontfresh.net/programs/vermont-wine-project/ after the workshop. No pre-registration required.

Instructions for Connecting:

Use This Link: https://zoom.us/j/790877195

This meeting is set up to use your computer audio and video (you can choose to turn both your camera and microphone off when you join, but they are enabled by default to facilitate the Q&A period).

For some browsers this link will ask you to click on a ZoomUs app to run the meeting. If this happens and you don’t want to do that (it really is just one or two clicks) Zoom recommends trying a different browser.

If you have trouble connecting contact helen or call 802-434-2000.

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Don’t forget to sign up for December 1st – a session on sensory profiling and peer-to-peer evaluation systems for wine makers, details & registration are here.