Local Influencer: How to Become a Community Rockstar

Regular price $25.00

Looking to gain more business in your city? Do you ever feel like people are not familiar with your brand and you'll never get ahead? Trust me, I understand.  However, that’s all about to change.

In this class, we will discuss how to gain more sales in your community through marketing. We will go over effective ways to put your product in front of your community. We will review marketing strategies to help you raise brand awareness in your city and create an in depth plan to put you ahead of the competition.

Most bakers and treat makers go about sales the wrong way. In this class, we will review tools, apps, strategies and services to make sure that you are not making common mistakes when trying to increase your brand awareness.

At the end of this class, you will feel empowered, and become a savvy and social entrepreneur equipped with the tools and knowledge to step out into your city and gain sweet success.

INSTRUCTOR: Chef Amanda Schonberg
DATE: SATURDAY, Nov 9, 2019
TIME: 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
CLASS LENGTH: 1 HOUR
REGULAR PRICE & CONFERENCE PRICE: $25


About Chef Schonberg

Home Based Business Essentials Although raised on the west coast of the globe Amanda Schonberg is no stranger to the South. Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana Chef Amanda Schonberg has a great love for regional desserts. She has managed and worked for Fortune 500 companies such as Sam’s Wholesale, Chartwells’s Dining, and Great American Cookie Company. After managing a few companies within the retail food service industry, she soon decided to embark on her own culinary path.

In 2015 she started Chef Schonberg’s Sweets; a dessert’s catering company specializing in “Old Fashioned dessert’s with a New Flair.” Her unique approach to taking standard desserts and adding a unique twist to them quickly became popular. She has catered to celebrity artists such as Mindless Behavior, Gina Neely, Juvenille, LSU athlete’s and a host of others. She has been featured in local publications such as DIG Magazine and Moving Forward. She assists others who need help starting their business locally by offering private classes to guide them as well as to others online through social media.