Executive Marketing Guild at Summit Brewing March 28, 2010

From the Executive Marketing Guild: 

What a fun, festive way to start the Spring Season! Summit Brewery was kind enough to host our March event complete with complimentary beer tasting. If the beer doesn’t grab your attention…our fantastic presenter will: 

Roshini Rajkumar shared her tips on fine tuning your first impressions with customers, future employers and executives at the “C” level. When you excite them about you and what you have to offer…sales and opportunities will follow. 

You only get one shot: to make an impression, to persuade, to close the deal. Are you ready? 

TV and radio personality Roshini Rajkumar is the driving force behind Roshini Multi Media, a professional development and media consulting firm specializing in helping clients present their best. Because it really doesn’t matter what you know if you don’t know how to present it. 

Whether you want media attention, a more convincing public message, or the skills to make every presentation moment a WOW, media insider Roshini Rajkumar can help you learn how to use the media to gain positive exposure, to be prepared when the media contact you, or to become a powerful public speaker and communicator. 

As a Bonus, be the first to check out Roshini’s first book, Communicate That! Roshini didn’t read any books about presentation. She learned by doing—on TV, the radio, as a commercial actor, and at the podium. Now, she shares her trademarked presentation formula with readers—full of insider tips for communicating powerfully. Communicate That! is scheduled for release in March. 





Roshini Rajkumar


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Roshini can be found at:    or follow her on twitter at:   @RoshiniR 

Kay Roseland   @KayLoire


Journos and Bloggers and Bacon and Beer: Oh, my! #SMBMSP #20 October 31, 2009

Social Media Breakfast Minneapolis-St. Paul convened Friday morning at Summit Brewing in St. Paul, MN  for a superb panel on Journalism, Bloggers and where do we go from here?   And Yes, there was beer to go with our bacon! 

Panel Discussion: Social Media and Journalism
A spirited panel discussion with local journalists on how traditional media is using/adapting/ignoring/embracing social media.

Facilitated by Julio Ojeda-Zapata (@jojeda), a technology writer and columnist at the St. Paul Pioneer Press and author of the book, Twitter Means Business.

Panel members:

  • Jason DeRusha (@DeRushaJ), investigative reporter, WCCO-TV
  • David Brauer (@dbrauer), media reporter,
  • Gene Rebeck (@generebeck), senior editor, Twin Cities Business Magazine
  • Julia Schrenkler (@juliaschrenkler), interactive producer, Minnesota Public Radio
  • Dirk DeYoung (@ddeyoung), editor, Business Journal

Wind and Rain threatened the outside of the building located on the Mississippi River; as we tossed between the panel of Twin Cities Journalists and the ever questioning social media geeks in the audience, the sunshine suddenly streamed through the windows.    A few photos for your memory book below:






Hey: it IS the day before Halloween...........



and a huge thank you to our host, Summit Brewing!


what better place for post-event networking than the bar at the back of the room?


Robert K. turns the lens......


#smbmsp #20: just too good to leave...........

Rick Mahn and Mykl  Roventine have done a superb job of organizing Social Media Breakfast Minneapolis St. Paul (#smbmsp).   Shareology is especially impressed with their use of sponsorships to power this group.  A tip of the beer stein to them both and a huge Thank You! to Rick, Mykl and all the SMBMSP sponsors!

Kay Roseland    @KayLoire


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