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Personality meets your biz: a par-tay you won't want to miss by Network Solutions

Powerful Solutions for Small Businesses - A Networking Event for Entrepreneurs
With Rohit Bhargava Author "Personality Not Included "Hosted by Jonny Goldstein – Jonny’s Par-Tay

Presented by Network Solutions in association with DC Media Makers
Busboys and Poets
2021 14th St. NW
Washington DC 20009
Ph: 202-387-7638
Wednesday June 4th

Speaker: Rohit Bhargava
Rohit is a marketer, blogger, speaker and author of the anticipated new book, Personality Not Included -- a guide for companies on understanding and using their personality to better connect with customers in the social media era. A founding member of the pioneering 360 Digital Influence team at Ogilvy, he writes the Influential Marketing blog (now ranked among the top 50 marketing blogs in the world) and is often featured as an expert in media including The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, and Fast Company. His new book, published internationally by McGraw-Hill, has received significant early praise and features a forward by bestselling author and entrepreneur, Guy Kawasaki.

 DC Media Makers:

DC Media Makers is the preeminent association of journalists, entertainers, advocates, documentation and tech enthusiasts dedicated to video blogging - and learning media literacy - in Washington, DC. We trade web video production knowledge and teach newcomers how to make and distribute media online. We feature guest presenters, critiques, and collaborative projects. Whether you are an old pro (-we have members from CNN, NBC, and NPR), an established videoblogger, or someone who wants to jump in but doesn’t know where to start, we welcome your involvement. DC Media Makers believes peer learning is the best kind of learning, so we encourage you to participate, teach, and learn with us.

Jonny's Par-tay

Jonny Goldstein is an entertainer, artist, filmmaker, and host/executive producer of Jonny's Par-tay -- the interactive live online TV talk show. Every week, Jonny interviews guests who use social media to achieve their goals in business, culture, and the arts. Jonny has been featured in mainstream media outlets like NPR, NewYork1, the DC City Paper, and the New York Post. He has blogged at since 2004.

Scott Stead is the technical director, online producer, and conversational lubricator of Jonny's Par-tay. By day he is a broadcast engineer at CNN, helping the big dogs bark. Scott has worked in TV for the last decade, along the way playing guitar and drums in various bands and doing lots of other cool stuff. To peer deep into the depths of Scott's soul, visit his blog


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