EWHT ‘Facebook’ Workshop  scheduled for March 11

New York – “Social Networking: enabling and disabling” is the topic of a workshop to be held this Thursday, March 11, sponsored by Executives Working in Home Textiles (EWHT).

“Websites, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Blogs -- social networking is the buzzword in 2010. At this workshop EWHT will build a Facebook presence and explore the decisions one must make when editing content for this social network for business. Your experiences and interest in the topic will be a key part of the discussion.

Beginner or advanced…All are welcome,” the organization stated.

The event will be in a large space, the 8th Floor Alcove in Building A of the Fashion Institute of Technology. Building A is on 27th Street at 8th Avenue.

The hosts will be Suzanne Klug, EWHT member and workshop facilitator; and Linda Kulla, EWHT member and Facebook facilitator. The program:

6:15-6:45 pm, Networking Time;

6:45-7:45 pm, Workshop & Discussion;

7:45-8:15 pm, Networking Time.

EWHT Members and FIT Home Products students: Free. Guests: $10.00.

Light refreshments will be served. RSVP to: infoEWHT@yahoo.com.

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