Speaking Schedule

Dec. 14, 2017 – Top 15 Things every Southern Oregon Entrepreneur Needs to Know to Launch and Thrive : SOREDI Launch Talk

I have been asked to give a 45 minute talk by SOREDI at Climate City Brewing in Grants Pass. I’m very excited about it because I get to follow on the heels of Trever Yarrish who spoke there last month. Grants Pass is a key part of Southern Oregon’s EcoSystem and the community is revitalizing itself in amazing ways. Any Entrepreneur from Southern Oregon will love my inspirational, funny talk. SOREDI does charge $15 if you are a non-member, but you will walk away with 15 things that will change your life. Such a Deal. I might even throw in 1 or 2 more.

April 6, 2017 – Managing Your Online Presence- A Workshop


On Thursday, April 6th, the Ashland Chamber, in partnership with the City of Ashland, will be holding a workshop called “Managing Your Online Presence” presented by local Chamber members, Becky Brown of iWrite and Jim Teece of Project A and Ashland Home Net.

The workshop will be held from 10:00am to 11:30am at the Community Center and will cost $10 for Ashland Chamber members and $20 for non-members. Coffee and tea will be provided.

The workshop is designed to help business owners manage their online content and voice across varying online platforms, making sure your business is represented as you would like. Learn how to manage compliments and critiques on review sites such as Yelp! and turn negative experiences into new sales.
When: Thursday, April 6th
Time: 10:00am-11:30am
Where: Ashland Community Center, 59 Winburn Way


Register at http://www.ashlandchamber.com/Page.asp?NavID=1286

January 16, 2017 – NICA Annual Membership Meeting Keynote – Reno, NV

NICA Annual Membership Meeting
4:45 – 6:15 p.m.

Cascade Room

Meet with members of the National Independent Concessionaires Association: program features Jim Teece “Future Proofing Your Business” an inspirational vision of the fair/expo industry and how concessions and independent small businesses are the true partners of an critical to the future of fairs; Jim Guenthner “How the NICA Sysco Marketplace Works for Your Bottom Line” and an introduction to NICA Executive Director, Michelle Card.

from – http://www.westernfairs.org/p/convention/schedule#area

10/22/2016 – Rogue Valley Business Resource Forum – Workshop: Social Marketing

Handout and Slide Deck.

Location : Rogue Valley Business Resource Forum, Medford, Oregon

Speaker : Jim Teece, President & CEO, Project A & Ashland Home Net

Workshop: Social Marketing 

30 of the best tips and tricks on how to leverage social networks to increase sales, build fans and grow your business. Real world examples will be shown using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat.

Presented by Jim Teece, local small business owner

10/22/2016 – Rogue Valley Business Resource Forum – Workshop: Internet Marketing 101

Handout and Slide Deck.
Location : Rogue Valley Business Resource Forum, Medford, Oregon

Speaker : Jim Teece, President & CEO, Project A & Ashland Home Net

Workshop: Internet Marketing 101

If you are new to marketing or just new to marketing on the internet, the social world, or just need a refresher on all the new trends, tricks and tips then this session is for you. This fun and fast paced session will give you a deep overview of all you need to know to market successfully online and where to go for more help. You will learn from real world examples and case studies and see what worked, what didn’t, and why.

Jim Teece is a dynamic presenter that has been a favorite in the past and his clients include Dr. Martens, McMenamins and The Jackson County Fair & Expo.

10/21/2016 – Keynote – Oregon Connections Conference (Generation Mobility)

Location : Oregon Connections Conference, Hood River, Oregon

Speaker : Jim Teece, President & CEO, Project A & Ashland Home Net

Topic: Generation Mobility – Oregon Reflections

Jim Teece will share his HighTech-HighTouch inspirational vision of a Mobile Oregon. How we got there and where it will take us if we work together as well as what positive and negative impacts we have created for ourselves.