Green products — as healthy and wondrous as they are — often do not have the mainstream appeal to take them to the next level.
Beth Bell, founder of Green Product Placement, will host a dynamic presentation July 12, from 7-9, that will cover topics on multi-faceted marketing in entertainment media for green products, including social media, experiential and traditional marketing, and product placement. Believe it or not, attending won’t cost you a dime.
If you’re a natural product (or service) business owner, marketer or employee, take advantage of this event — at coworking hotspot Green Spaces NYC’s awesome Tribeca location — that will help you appeal to a broader customer base, affecting real change in sustainable consumer habits.
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The presentation will be approximately 45 minutes, followed by a Q&A session with Bell, and networking to follow.
Bell is a movie /TV industry and marketing professional who has worked on such films as “Game Change,” “Runaway Bride,” “Twelve Monkeys,” and “Contact.” She and her business partner, Lisa Dietrich, have 35 plus years combined in the industry, and have assembled a team at Green Product Placement that is poised to put green products center stage in TV and movies in 2012.
Green Product Placement has placements in the new HBO series, “VEEP,” Showcase Canada’s “King,” pilots for Fox and the CW, HBO’s “Enlightened,” Netflix’s “House of Cards,” Indie Film “Better Living Through Chemistry,” TNT’s “Leverage,” and feature film “The Internship” with Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson for 20th Century Fox.
The company also has relationships with USA Network’s “Suits,” “Gossip Girl,” “The Good Wife,” “Single Ladies,” “Blue Bloods,” and “Mike and Molly.”
Network, learn from Bell’s expertise, and enjoy a fun-filled evening at Green Spaces this Thursday!
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