Chamber Team Welcomes Co-op Student Nick Palmai
We’re very excited to welcome co-op student Nick Palmai from the Confederation College Business Marketing Administration program to the Chamber team!
The Chamber is very pleased to welcome Nick Palmai to our team as our co-op Member Engagement Assistant. Nick is in his third year of Business Marketing Administration at Confederation College and will be with us until May 4th. He says he’s excited to be working with us because, having seen our activity calendar, he knows he’ll be able to do a little of everything Marketing – from event planning and Member outreach to ad design and content creation.
We’re already very impressed with Nick’s skill-set and the way he’s diving into every task we give him. He’s got a solid understanding of the way social media works and has ideas for new ways it can be used to communicate with our Membership. He’s participated in several brainstorming sessions and hasn’t been shy about bringing up great new ideas or advising us about the latest developments on Facebook and Instagram.
Atikokan-born Nick says he loves living in Thunder Bay and is interested in making connections in the advertising industry in the hopes of remaining here when he graduates. He loves our amazing dining scene and says the shopping is really great. There’s nothing like having someone look at your town with new eyes to remind you how amazing it is – we think we’ll be looking to him for some suggestions for the #ChooseTBayFirst campaign next!
One of the first projects Nick’s completed has been a very clever short video promoting our upcoming Business Awards Gala with this year’s MCs. Watch for it next week on Facebook and Instagram and right here on the website as we reveal this year’s Gala theme!
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