Business Owners Sharing Solutions

Virtual Event
Tuesday, April 27
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM

About The Event

In a changing workplace, email marketing is more critical than ever. How do you make sure customers are reading and acting on what you send? Learn strategies from our panel of marketing experts to get your audience to open, click and convert! You’ll walk away with tips to:


  • Boost open and click rates
  • Write powerful subject lines
  • Find the perfect length for your marketing emails
  • Send essential emails to avoid becoming “noise” in your client’s inbox
  • See real examples of emails with high open and click rates

Hear from a panel of experts at this topical educational event. Every BOSS program includes a moderated Q&A session, the opportunity for attendees to ask their own questions, and a breakout networking session to help attendees build their networks.

Advance registration is required and closes the day before the event. Tickets are $10 each.

Meet The Speakers

Elise Ramer, MBA, APR, CPRC

Elise Ramer, APR, CPRC, is the Senior Director of Public Relations for Premier Sotheby’s International Realty and oversees public relations efforts for the company’s 40 offices and 1,400 associates throughout Florida and North Carolina. Elise’s public relations career spans almost 20 years and her scope of experience includes commercial construction, consumer electronics, food & beverage, home services, luxury brands, residential and commercial real estate. Her real estate clients have been featured on the front cover of Wall Street Journal’s Mansion section and featured regularly in Forbes, Southern Living, NBC News, ABC News, and hundreds of other print and television outlets locally, nationally, and internationally. She holds a B.A. in creative writing from Florida State University and an M.B.A from Webster University. She earned her APR and CPRC credentials in 2020.

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Advanced registration closes April 26 at 5:00 PM. Tickets cost $10 each.