Virtually join your fellow Chamber members and guests at the General Membership Luncheon. The program begins at noon. This meeting will be held completely virtual and will be free-of-charge.
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Luncheon Speakers: Alexandra Becker, Collina Digital and Stephanie Haenchen, Pace Marketing
Luncheon Topic: Are you positioned to win in 2021? - How to ensure your marketing efforts align with your overall business goals
Brief Speaker Bios: Alexandra "Xanni" Becker, Owner, Collina Digital: Xanni spent nearly a decade as a marketing executive for a major fashion corporation. Before that, she cut her teeth in the marketing agency world. After watching her dad, who was a successful small business entrepreneur struggle with the complexities of modern-day marketing, she realized there was a need to help others just like him. From there, Collina Digital was born, with the mission to help small businesses thrive by creating customized plans to fit their needs and budget.
Stephanie Haenchen, Owner & Chief Pacesetter, Pace Marketing: with nearly 20 years of experience inside a variety of organizations, from billion-dollar companies to national nonprofits, Steph identified a need– a marketing firm that moved with the client at their pace. In 2011, Steph launched Pace Marketing and attracted a team of seasoned marketing and design experts from national agencies, Fortune 500 companies and nonprofits. She built a nimble team of passionate leaders, or rather, Pacesetters. Our Pacesetters are equipped to collaborate, inspire, create, execute and progress with the best clients. At Pace, everyone takes full ownership of each project allowing the client’s marketing to stay in motion. As Steph declares, “there is never a reason to slow down progress.” Steph is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism and the Graduate School of Communications at Webster University. She is an avid cyclist and invests deeply in causes such as Multiple Sclerosis and the transformation of her neighborhood in St. Louis.