Have you heard? There’s a new conference on the block and it’s called the B3 Conference!
What’s so different about this conference?
- It’s donation based. There’s a $20 donation and 100% of the proceeds go to Canada’s Food Bank. So while you’re busy learning, you’re also helping people in your community
- It’s online. Is this different? No, but if I was writing this post back in 2019, then it would be and there would be a lot of hype around a “Virtual Conference”. So pretend it’s 2019. Please, for me
- I’m in it!
That’s right! I’m going to be presenting at the B3 Conference. and I’m extremely excited to be apart of it!
What will I be presenting? I’ll be going over some Social Media How-To’s for RMTs and other health care professionals that attend the conference, while also talking about my journey of becoming both an RKIN and an RMT and what it’s like holding dual- registration. And if you’re lucky, maybe Georgie will make an appearance. I’m extremely excited to share my journey with you all and what I’ve learned along the way when it comes to branding and marketing myself.
So, if you’re looking to build your brand through social media, especially if you’re an RMT or a future RMT, I highly suggest heading on over to www.conedinstitute.com/b3conference right NOW and registering.
Anything else you should know?
There will also be giveaways during the conference, so you could win some cool things, like tickets to the Canadian RMT Conference, $100 from Carbo Medical Supplies and more!
Want to hear more about the conference?
Here’s Mark, Amanda and Conor talking about it on 2 RMTS and a Microphone going over it all. Listen here.
And here’s Conor on the Concast also talking about it, to get you more excited. Listen here.
So when is it?
March 27th and 28th during the day. I’ll be presenting at 11:30 on March 27th ( that’s a Saturday) .
Again go check out www.conedinstitue.com/b3conference for the full schedule and list of presenters!
If there is any social media or branding that you want me to cover, or want to know if I’m covering, ask me/ let me know! I’m happy to help out my fellow peers and if it makes you more inclined to attend the conference, then BONUS.
I can’t wait to see all your black zoom screens at the conference!