Marketing Action Plan - How to reach your first 1000 customers

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Christina Richardson Marketing pro and co-founder of Openr and The Nurture Network 3.88
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What this course covers


In this action-orientated 2 hour workshop, marketing pro Christina will walk you through the key principles of effective marketing and help you build your marketing action plan to go out and reach your first (or next!) 1000 customers.

During this workshop we will:

  • Cover the key principles for effectively marketing your business 
  • Arm you with some tools and templates to approach your marketing
  • Build your own marketing plan so you can go out and reach new customers
  • Share inspiring examples from other young brands that have created clever and collaborative ways to reach new customers

This will be an interactive workshop, so come prepared to get stuck in, and you'll go away with a wealth of ideas and a clear plan of how to market your business.

Your instructor


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Christina Richardson Marketing pro and co-founder of Openr and The Nurture Network

Christina is a marketing specialist, business strategist, as well as an all round make-stuff-happen type. She spent much of her career managing and growing FMCG brands worth in excess of £100 million, and then turned her hand to young start-up brands, and has never looked back since.

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When
Wed 07 Oct 2015, 18:30-20:00
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Where

Innovation Warehouse, 1st Floor, 1 E Poultry Ave, London
Postcode: EC1A 9PT


Category

Marketing courses

Skills and Topics

marketing, sales

Level

Beginner

Prerequisites

None

Rating
3.67 (2 Reviews)
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    James Miller 1 year ago

    materials were a little on the basic side. i would have liked some ideas about the mechanics of implementing a strategy after the aims have been ident ...

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    Oliver Codrington 1 year ago

    I thought this was a really useful course, a couple of very good action points to take away. The venue was fine, but nothing special and there were no ...

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