Drive Social Media, an all-encompassing digital marketing company, announces that it will host an upcoming Workshop Week for its team in St. Louis. The event is a great way for the company to kick off the New Year by bringing everyone together to learn, grow, celebrate accomplishments from last year and set new goals for the future.
Workshop Week will bring the entire Drive Social Media team from around the country to the company’s St. Louis office for a week full of education, meaningful team-building and celebration.
“Workshop Week is, in essence, our Drive family reunion,” said Stephen Nations, Drive Social Media’s vice president of digital marketing. “It’s always exciting to bring together all our amazing team members in one location to celebrate the past and plan for another successful year ahead.”
Drive Social Media’s Workshop Week will be held from Tuesday, January 9, through Friday, January 12.
The event will feature inspiring guest speakers, including Duncan Wardle, the former head of creativity and innovation at Disney; Reed Low, a former NHL hockey player and television personality; Ron White, a memory expert; Jared Cohen, the director of marketing at Miura Golf; Andy Goff, the global head of talent at Google and the social media platform X; and Kate DeWulf, the founder of The Big Apple Red.
“A big draw of Workshop Week is the amazingly talented guest speakers that share their experience and knowledge with all of our employees,” Nations said. “One of the best ways to learn is from people who have been in your shoes before, which is why we always strive to partner with amazing guest speakers.”
Some of Drive Social Media’s own leaders will also speak at Workshop Week, including Nations, COO Stephanie Jenkins, CEO Josh Sample, VP of Project Management Jennifer Hamilton, Financial Controller Rob Hill, and Sales Compliance Colin Huguelet.
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Each day of Workshop Week will feature exciting events that are meant to build up the Drive Social Media team and better every employee.
“At Drive Social Media, we firmly believe that the best way to serve our clients well is to create a team of passionate employees who are committed to their goals,” Nations said. “Workshop Week is one way that we build that passion in our employees by getting them excited to work on behalf of all of our amazing clients.”
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