Bite-sized Learning: Develop your marketing strategy
Working hard on marketing your business…and not having the success you want? This workshop will show you how to create a practical marketing strategy that will allow you to use your time and talent better to achieve brilliant results.
Where? The 1st Central County Ground, Eaton Road, Hove, BN3 3AN
When? Tuesday 18 October 09:30 - 11:30
Who For? Business owners, directors and anyone responsible for marketing a business, especially if they don’t yet have a marketing strategy.
Who By? Lara Squires, Consortium Business Solutions. Having worked in house as a marketing and business development manager for 10 years, Lara set up Consortium in January 2013. Consortium have a great team of experts in their field from digital marketing to web design.
It’s hard to find the time to develop a marketing strategy when you’re busy working on your business. But without one, you could be wasting much valuable time. In this session you’ll walk through the how and why of marketing strategies. You’ll learn why your business should have one, and how it will benefit when you do.
We’ll use real-world examples to demonstrate how a marketing strategy will work and you’ll spend time creating SMART objectives for your business. When you get back to your desk, you’ll be ready to create an effective marketing strategy that will get you the results you want.
Be a successful marketer: book your place.
Copy by: Cuninghame Copywriting
Cancellation policy: Places are limited and events usually oversubscribed. Please give 2 working days' notice via email or you must pay for your place in full.
Our trainers are sharing their experience skills and advice generously. If you are a direct competitor you may not be able to attend. Please get in touch before booking.
If you have never been a member of the Brighton & Hove Chamber you are welcome to book and join us as a guest at two of our events. After this, you will need join the Chamber to enjoy the benefits of membership.
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