Socialnomics Author Erik Qualman To Share Social Media Savvy With Small Business Owners At #ChaseBIS Series

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Chase, one of the nation’s leading banks for American small business, announced today that digital leader Erik Qualman will keynote the 2013 Chase Business Insight Seminar series (#ChaseBIS). Qualman is the bestselling author of “Socialnomics” and “Digital Leader.” Forbes recently named him to the list of Top 50 Social Media Power Influencers.

“Erik’s cutting-edge insight will help thousands of Chase clients improve their social media effectiveness and grow their business,” said Scott Geller, CEO of Chase Business Banking, “Each year our clients rave about these seminars, because they deliver national expertise into the communities where they live and work.”

Starting in Indianapolis on September 5 and crossing the country through fall, Qualman will share tips and trends with thousands of Chase Business Banking clients who want to grow their business through social media. During the 23-city tour, Chase YouTube will post videos, and Qualman will host a webinar on Dec. 11 to reach additional Chase clients and prospects. Details on the videos and webinar will be shared @ChaseNews and @ChaseSmallBiz.

Qualman’s presentation, “Winning Customers with Mobile and Social Marketing,” will emphasize the importance of coordinating social media and mobile strategies, as well provide tips for helping businesses tap into trends and opportunities. Watch his video preview at

“I’m excited to bring actionable ideas to Chase customers all over the country - and to even more people on the virtual road through our own social outreach this fall,” Qualman said. “Helping businesses grow is a passion I share with my friends at Chase.”

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