The Big Picture of Marketing today!
ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM
Venue: Centurion Country Club, Centurion, Gauteng
Date: Tuesday, 18 June, 2019
Cost: FREE, Registration Compulsory, Limited Space
On day registration: 8:30am for 9am
Time: 9am until 12pm (3 hours)
Catering: Snacks, coffee, tea, biscuits during break
Size of event: 30 seats available
Speaker: Eugene Beetge, LinkedIn Profile
Event Manager: Elsa Smith, firstname.lastname@example.org, 076 298 6080
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
COMPLETE THE FORM TO REGISTER FOR THE EVENT!
NB: COMPLETE A FORM PER EACH DELEGATE
LIMITED SEATS AVAILABLE!
Topics we cover in the workshop:
- How entrepreneurs can benefit from understanding digital marketing
- Making sense of modern day marketing
- Developing your own marketing strategy
- Tools you need to attract customers
- Methods to convert leads into sales
- Using social media and your website together
- Using a CRM system correctly to manage customers
- Tracking customer online behaviours to improve sales
- How to automate customer communication
- How to own your marketing strategy
- How to create exceptional products offerings
- How to make your company a market disruptor
- How to tell your story to your customers
- How to use forms and landing pages
- etc …
- Live demonstration of a customer journey online
- Online worksheets for practical
- Demonstration of how to engage customers
- Systems demo of what you need online
- etc …
A map to your venue for the workshop.
Centurion Golf Estate
Here is the small print with some Terms and Conditions relating to, but not limited to this workshop:
- Completing the registration forms does not guarantee a seat in the workshop.
- Seats and access to the workshop is limited
- Right of admission is reserved
- We make use of Qualifying criteria to confirm attendance
- Attendance qualifying criteria include:
- that you must be a business owner or
- in charge of marketing of an existing business
- You must have a website for the business entity
- You must have a Facebook page or business profile
- Maximum two people from a company.
- Fair practise applies
Why not read a little more about why we do what we do.
Makes you think doesn’t it?