We’ve been receiving many requests from organisations who want us to simply support them with the development of a marketing plan to help put them on the path to marketing success.
While we can certainly do this, and have done so on many occasions, it makes sense for the person who will be driving the marketing activity within an organisation to have full understanding of the plan being put together, the thought process behind the strategy and the measures they need to undertake to ensure that they not only get results from their marketing activity but a return on investment.
After multiple requests that we deliver a workshop on “How to Write a Marketing Plan”, we are finally answering the call and will be hosting our first workshop on Monday 6th November between 9.00am – 12.30pm at our offices in Huddersfield.
Delivered by KC Communications founder and Managing Director, Katrina Cliffe MCIM, this half-day session on How to Write a Marketing Plan will help you understand the basics of developing your plan and measuring its success.
In this workshop, Katrina will help you to;
- Analyse your current situation and business goal
- Develop your marketing plan
- Identify the tools and marketing channels you should use
- Measure your marketing activity
This is set to be a hands-on workshop, so please bring a laptop and any relevant marketing collateral for review. Additional members of staff will also be on hand to help answer further questions you might have so you leave the session set for marketing success.
This workshop is ideal for small businesses, sole traders and those new to the area of marketing. The cost of the workshop is £100 + VAT and includes breakfast, refreshments and training materials.
So, if you want to ensure your 2018 marketing strategy is up to scratch, contact Amanda Evans via email or call 01484 637980 to secure your place.
We’ll be running a number of other training programmes throughout the year with the next session being “GDPR for Marketers” which will be hosted on Wednesday 15th November. Again, to express your interest, contact Amanda Evans.