WORKSHOP: How to Design a Killer Marketing Plan
As a sole trader or small business owner you’re juggling so many priorities. And if you’re not sure where to take your marketing it can overwhelm you. Marketing isn’t rocket science and it doesn’t have to be complicated. You just need to know where to start.Bring your marketing challenges along and get some practical tips you can put into practice straight away!
What will I learn?
- Tailored practical advice to suit your Business
- Useful budget busting tips and how to not overspend
- Make sense of the online “jargon” and get a handle on your Marketing Plan.
Who should attend?
Small business owners and marketers.
What did people think?
Kaye’s personal, calm and highly professional approach made the whole experience enjoyable. I have learnt so much as well as it being a huge benefit to our company. -
About the speaker
My mission is to help small business owners manage their own marketing without fear and without over-spending.
Marketing means so many things to different people, and in an increasingly complex and multi-channel world the whole thing can seem overwhelming for a sole trader or micro business owner.
But it doesn't have to be painful. With the right support you can navigate the minefield, make sense of the jargon and get a grip on your marketing.
Wherever you are in your business journey, the combination of your passion for your business and my marketing experience is a powerful thing.
Believe me, it's not complicated or difficult. And sometimes when we're working together, it's even quite good fun!
The Cirencester Growth Hub Stroud Road Cirencester GL7 6JR
Event organised by
The Cirencester Growth Hub
The Cirencester Growth Hub is based at the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester. Partnered with both the University and GFirst LEP, The Growth Hub is here to help every Gloucestershire business grow.
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