Casey Bader, Handel Vice President of Sales and Marketing, will conduct workshops at the 38th National Indian and Native American Employment/Public Law 102-477 Training in Los Angeles, CA during the week of May 22.
“Shout It from the Rooftops: Marketing Your Services” will be in Salon 200 Tuesday May 23rd at 1:30 PM and Wednesday May 24th at 3:00 PM. If you are attending the NINAETC training, please plan to join us for this interactive workshop. You can find the agenda here.
Does your community know about the services you offer? Are you reaching those that you could help most? It doesn’t matter how important and effective the services an agency provides if the community doesn’t know about them.
While marketing is usually thought of in a business sense, the principles of marketing can also be applied successfully to social services and non-profits. Together we will define what you are marketing (your services!), how to promote within different levels of a community, where it is most likely to reach your target audience, and the potential cost to your consumers.
- 2017, 2015, 2014, and 2013 NICWA’s National American Indian Conferences on Child Abuse and Neglect
- 2016 National Indian and Native American Employment and Training Conference (NINAETC)
- 2015 National Tribal Child Support Association Conference (NTCSA)
- 2013 and 2012 United South and Eastern Tribes (USET) Annual Meetings
- 2013 and 2012 TribalNet Conferences
- 2013 Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI) Convention
Casey has over 15 years of experience identifying barriers to evaluating and implementing complex software solutions for social service organizations. Past conference workshop topics have included engaging membership through technology, the White Earth Nation WE CARE service delivery model, and best practices for enterprise-wide software implementations.
Looking for a speaker to present on topics of Tribes and technology? Casey is available to present at conferences or trainings on a wide variety of topics including enterprise-wide software implementations, systems-of-care, case management models, and integrating data, among others.