Indianapolis, IN (May 30, 2018) – Digital Toolbox, a half-day conference of speakers, panels, and networking conversations for business owners and marketing practitioners, will take place from 1 to 5:30 p.m. on Aug. 29 at the University of Indianapolis Health Pavilion.

Digital Toolbox attendees will have the opportunity to learn from the best in the business on topics ranging from writing eye-catching headlines to using Pinterest to your business’ advantage.

“We’re excited to be able to host an event focuses on helping Indiana small business reach their fullest potential,” Digital Toolbox organizer and Roundpeg owner Lorraine Ball said.

The Indiana Small Business Development Center (Indiana SBDC) has signed on as the title sponsor for the conference and will be featured throughout the conference and in promotional materials.

“The Indiana SBDC offers a one-stop shop for entrepreneurs looking to start and grow a business, delivering expert guidance and resources ranging from business planning and valuation to marketing assistance,” said Aaron Vigil-Martinez, director of small business and entrepreneurship at the Indiana Economic Development Corporation. “We’re excited to partner with Roundpeg and participate in the Digital Toolbox conference as online marketing plays an important role in small business growth in Indiana’s 21st century economy.”

Tickets are on sale now, with early bird discounts available until June 30. For more information on becoming a sponsor or to participate in Digital Toolbox visit digitaltoolboxin.com.

About Digital Toolbox

Digital Toolbox is a half-day conference featuring presentations by industry leaders and networking conversations with business owners and marketing practitioners.

About Indiana SBDC

The Indiana Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is hosted by the IEDC, which leads the state of Indiana’s economic development efforts, helping entrepreneurs launch, grow and locate businesses in the state. The Indiana SBDC provides entrepreneurs with expert guidance and resources on how to start and grow a business. With a network of 10 regional offices through the state, the Indiana SBDC creates a positive and measurable impact on the formation, growth and sustainability of Indiana’s small businesses.

The Indiana SBDC is funded, in part, through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions, and/or recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA. For more information about the Indiana SBDC, visit www.isbdc.org.