Please join us for the next Future Audience Network meeting
Marek T. Piecyk
TEI | Marketing & Advertising – Trucksis Enterprises Inc.
Promoting Your Work Through Better Video
The importance of video in today’s marketing and advertising, and why it’s more powerful that just using photography. How can you implement it into your organization, and what you need to know about delivering it to your audience(s).
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Currently in his 14th year working with digital graphics, Marek Piecyk has touched many different areas within the design/advertising field. He has experience in working with magazine publications, marketing & advertising agencies, school educational production/development, photography, video production (pre/production/post), business identity development, electronic hardware advertising, pre-press optimization, web development, graphic design, mobile digital publication development, mobile video optimization, and much more.
Marek always keeps learning the latest tools of the trade, and thus makes sure to get adequate time in using the latest software to keep up with the newest features to make workflow more efficient. Professional development has always been very high on his list of things to maintain within this industry; things change quite fast with the speed of technology in this day and age.
8:30 – Doors Open; Continental Breakfast, Coffee — and Conversation
8:45 – Introductions
9:00 – FEATURED TOPIC
10:00 – FAN Meeting Ends; Conversations can continue!
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About the F.A.N. Meetings
We meet the fourth Wednesday of each month – in the morning with treats – at various venues.
Thanks to support from the Community Foundation and the Packard Foundation, the Arts Council presents monthly meetings that focus on trends, techniques and tips to drive attendance to arts presentations. Our speakers tailor their remarks to the special needs and constraints of local arts organizations – but they are applicable to many and all are welcome.
Each month focus we open with networking, followed by a brief update on our first ever collective action – Monterey County joins the Million Plates Campaign (see www.cac.ca.gov); followed by our featured training.