Leave this four-part marketing series feeling empowered, not overwhelmed.
Find out how you can turn everyday business activities into marketing so you can keep in front of your customers and attract new ones in order to boost sales.
We'll show you how to decide what marketing may be most appropriate for you, set priorities, and manage your time while sorting through the noise and only taking on what will actually benefit your business.
June 4, 6, 25, and 27, 2019 at the JMU Ice House Room 117 8:30am-10:00am (with networking time until 10:30am)
Featuring presentations from Andrea Dono (Executive Director of HDR), Allison Dugan (Assistant Director and Business Advisor for Valley SBDC), Karen Lawrence (owner of KLCreative Media), Christine Schmidt (owner of Social Bug Digital Media), and Jeslyn Stiles (Director of Marketing for HDR).
We strongly recommend registering for the entire series, as each day will build on and add to the information learned from the others. However, if you can only join us for a single class, a one-day pass is $25. HDR "Friends of Downtown" receive a discounted registration fee. Hurry, as capacity is limited. Part 1: Tuesday, June 4th All about your Customers Part 2: Thursday, June 6th Your Message and How to reach Them Part 3: Tuesday, June 25th Right Channels at the Right Time Part 4: Thursday, June 27th Nontraditional Marketing and Deep Dive into Social Media Breakouts All registrants will also receive an invitation to an exclusive closed Facebook group where the workshop cohort and our team of marketing experts will be available for networking, chatting, and questions between classes and after the workshop. We also have a happy hour and other additional surprises in the works for our Marketing Made Easy graduates!
Register HERE and check HDR's web page for detailed information on the workshops themselves. We promise you, it will be the LEAST scary marketing workshop you'll ever attend!
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The SV SBDC is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration and hosted by James Madison University in partnership with the George Mason University-Mason Enterprise Center and the Cities and Counties we serve.