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Marketing Tips Available at Startup Week Courtesy of Chase's Bizmobile

Free small business advice comes to Denver next week


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Small business owners and entrepreneurs can receive free social media marketing advice during Denver Startup Week when they stop by the new Chase for Business Bizmobile September 25 and 26. 

Bizmobile is Chase's latest advisory solution for entrepreneurs, providing expertise on-the-go. The 27-foot trailer will include interactive digital content and resources, seating for consultations, an outdoor experience for networking and socializing, refreshments, games and client pop-ups. It will be parked at The Commons on Champa, 1245 Champa St., throughout the Denver Startup Week events September 24 through 28. 

The Bizmobile is one of many resources supplied by Chase for Business as a returning title sponsor of the 5-day entrepreneurial celebration and program series.

"This is a chance for the busy entrepreneur to pause, sit down with an expert and ask questions that will help their business grow," said Brent Reinhard, Chase Business Banking's chief marketing officer. "We're especially excited to provide social media marketing advice, as we know that business owners often recognize its importance, but the lack of resources to engage in it."

The Bizmobile is presently on a nationwide tour to provide local entrepreneurs and aspiring business owners complimentary one-on-one consultations on skills, such as digital marketing.

"Our hope is to provide strategic insights and networking opportunities for the small business owner, tailored to their needs," Reinhard said. "Plus, this is about convenience. When you run a business, you have little time to spare. With the Bizmobile, we bring experts and answers directly to the business owner for that valuable in-person guidance."

In Denver, the Bizmobile will be up and running from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily, offering appointments with Zen Media, which specializes in social media. Chase representatives will also be on-hand to answer questions. 

Attendees can register for meeting times ahead of Denver Startup Week via the Bizmobile website. Drop-ins are also welcome. Attendees and participants in Denver Startup Week are also invited to stop by the Chase-sponsored programs that include panels on access to flexible capital, how to craft a succinct financing narrative for potential funders an d a discussion on the capital formation process. 


Maura Cordova is the media relations manager with Chase. 

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