Ketner Group Communications fosters collaboration with “KG Connects” webinar series

by | May 28, 2020

Ketner Group Communications recently launched its monthly webinar series “KG Connects” to bring together influencers, industry experts and media to discuss trends and best practices in marketing and PR. Ketner Group believes it is a time to collaborate and bring fresh ideas to the table to continue moving forward, and its guest speakers are there to provide insights and best practices from the industries they service.

Previous speakers include Joe Skorupa of RIS News, leading retail influencer Steve Dennis, as well as the founders of Researchscape. The firm received positive feedback from its clients and extended network for the first few webinars they hosted and therefore decided to make the series a permanent part of the agency’s communication efforts.

The monthly events are 1-hour long Zoom webinars (video is optional), 35-40 minutes for the guest speaker and 20-25 minutes for audience Q&A. KG Connects are hosted on the last Friday of every month from 9:00 – 10:00 am CT.

The upcoming webinar schedule is as follows:

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