Marketing Made Easy
Want to learn how to attract and retain customers whilst building your own local network?
This interactive workshop will start with you meeting other local small businesses before we take you through a simple, step-by-step process to jump start your marketing strategy and give you the tools to attract more customers. You’ll learn the ‘7 P’s of marketing’, how to understand your target market and customers needs, as well as how to develop a great brand for your business.
You will also be given some surefire ways to generate excitement for your products and services. This will include website and mobile marketing ideas, advertising methods and email marketing. We will also be looking at ways to reassess or adapt your marketing strategies to reach new or existing customers and give you the tools to quickly adapt as needed.
It is a live and interactive session, so questions are more than welcome at any point. By the end of the session the intention is to equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to develop your own marketing strategy whilst building your own set of local contacts.
During the last half an hour of the workshop session there will be an opportunity for peer to peer networking and general discussion.
The Thrive service has been fully-funded by the European Development Fund to allow us to offer you 12 hours of free business support through a range of one-to-one advice and workshops with expert advisors and speakers. This workshop forms part of the free support available to you so please visit our Thrive page for the full details.
To be eligible to attend this free workshop you need to be based in Devon or Somerset (excluding Torridge, North Devon, North Somerset & BaNES). If you are unsure, you can check by entering your postcode into the Government Council Checker. You can find further details about the eligibility criteria here.
The Heart of the South West Growth Hub Service for All is receiving up to £781,965 of funding from the England European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). The accountable body for this programme is Devon County Council.