Thursday April 20, 2006

Marketing guru to be featured at WNET meeting

Shane Stepien to share expertise on business branding

    Shane Stepien, owner of Step One Creative, will present ?Building a Brand for Your Small Business? at the next Women?s Network for Entrepreneurial Training monthly breakfast meeting at 8 a.m. May 4 at the SUNY Oswego Institute for Professional and Organizational Development in the Oswego County Industrial Park, Phoenix (exit 14, state Route 481). Aunt Mary?s Italian Cookies and Catering will provide breakfast.


    Established in 1996, Step One Creative offers full-service agency capabilities and branding expertise to organizations and businesses throughout Central and Upstate New York with product and service offerings.


    The agency has developed award-winning advertising/marketing materials including print advertisements, brochure/collateral pieces, television/radio commercials, billboard designs, Web sites, press releases and feature articles.


    Stepien established Step One Creative after six years as an account executive, media planner and copywriter at Ed Vayner and Associates in Fulton.He also served as vice president/marketing manager at Pathfinder Bank, overseeing the bank?s internal marketing department for nearly seven years.Stepien is also an active member of the Oswego County community serving various boards and committees for non-profits and other service organizations.


    The meeting is open to the public.A registration fee of $10 for members and $12 for non-members covers the cost of the program and a full breakfast.WNET annual membership is $10.Contact Operation Oswego County at 343-1545 to reserve a seat.

    WNET is part of a nationwide roundtable for women business owners, sponsored by the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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