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Using Content Marketing to Grow Your Environmental Business and Build Trust


Learn why content marketing is important and how you can use it to grow your environmental business

In this 1-hour webinar, Angie Huk is going to share how environmental organizations can use content marketing to ‘move the needle’ on business growth objectives and build relationships and trust with audience stakeholders.

Content marketing is important because it has become the norm in how people acquire information, make decisions and interact with businesses to find solutions to their challenges. The environmental sector can be highly technical and the influence on various industry projects and programs is vast.

Educating your audience on your role and value, while doing it with a level of transparency and personalization is a win/win. And it is something every person within an organization can contribute to. Unlock the secret to:

  • understanding your customers,
  • improving your products and services and,
  • telling the story of your brand and influence on projects happening locally.

This webinar session is suitable for anyone wanting to increase their knowledge of content development.

Angie-Dzwonkiewicz

Angie Huk

ECO Canada – Vice President, Marketing & Customer Engagement

Angie is an accomplished marketing expert with ten years of experience in building client acquisition and engagement strategies. With a background in accounting and digital marketing, Angie’s approach to building business growth strategy is a blend of traditional fundamentals and data-driven practice to ensure performance is measurable and meaningful.

Angie has worked with various organizations from small businesses to Fortune 500 and 1000 organizations across North America to develop digital advertising, user experience, lead management, content marketing and branding campaigns. She has led the creation and release of several user behaviour research papers and webinars including The Evolution of Google’s Search Results Pages, Local Mobile Consumer Behaviour, Lead Management Best Practices and The Online Display Advertising Ecosystem.

Angie currently oversees the marketing and customer engagement teams at ECO Canada including EP Certification, Training and Events, ECO+ Membership, and general communications.

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Learn why content marketing is important and how you can use it to grow your environmental business

In this 1-hour webinar, Angie Huk is going to share how environmental organizations can use content marketing to ‘move the needle’ on business growth objectives and build relationships and trust with audience stakeholders.

Content marketing is important because it has become the norm in how people acquire information, make decisions and interact with businesses to find solutions to their challenges. The environmental sector can be highly technical and the influence on various industry projects and programs is vast.

Educating your audience on your role and value, while doing it with a level of transparency and personalization is a win/win. And it is something every person within an organization can contribute to. Unlock the secret to:

  • understanding your customers,
  • improving your products and services and,
  • telling the story of your brand and influence on projects happening locally.

This webinar session is suitable for anyone wanting to increase their knowledge of content development.

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Angie-Dzwonkiewicz

Angie Huk

ECO Canada – Vice President, Marketing & Customer Engagement

Angie is an accomplished marketing expert with ten years of experience in building client acquisition and engagement strategies. With a background in accounting and digital marketing, Angie’s approach to building business growth strategy is a blend of traditional fundamentals and data-driven practice to ensure performance is measurable and meaningful.

Angie has worked with various organizations from small businesses to Fortune 500 and 1000 organizations across North America to develop digital advertising, user experience, lead management, content marketing and branding campaigns. She has led the creation and release of several user behaviour research papers and webinars including The Evolution of Google’s Search Results Pages, Local Mobile Consumer Behaviour, Lead Management Best Practices and The Online Display Advertising Ecosystem.

Angie currently oversees the marketing and customer engagement teams at ECO Canada including EP Certification, Training and Events, ECO+ Membership, and general communications.