This workshop will include a panel of marketing professionals who will discuss their own marketing experiences and answer your questions.
What are your marketing goals for 2016? Do you want to reach more customers? Do you have the capacity to expand? Do you want to grow your bottom line? You may be an expert in the product you make or the service you provide but without effective marketing you and your business are not reaching your full potential.
Invest your valuable time by attending the Marketing Bootcamp for Small Business, a hands-on workshop to help you create your own, effective marketing plan. The program will consist of a 3-hour interactive workshop, plus two follow-up, 1-hour, facilitated small-group meetings to check in on your progress and receive feedback. The goal of the series is that you will develop your own one-page marketing plan that specifically identifies goals, strategies, and tactics for implementation. See improved results in your 2016 bottom line!
Who should attend:
- People who are just starting out with their business and need to develop their first marketing plan,
- People who want to grow their business,
- People who aren't getting the results they want from their current marketing plan,
- People who don't have a marketing plan,
- People who are wondering if their ad and promotional dollars are being well spent,
- People who are considering new markets
The regular cost for this workshop is $99 for all three dates, however Bennington County businesses may attend for free as part of the VtSBDC’s Build Your Business Initiative. Space is limited, so you must register to reserve your spot.
The event is being held Jan. 21, 9 AM till Noon at the Lightning Jar at 194 North Street in Bennington. Questions? Call 802-989-9605.
Register for this event at the VtSBDC website here.
The VtSBDC is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance.
Thursday, January 21, 2016 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EST)