Free course: Getting Your Marketing on Track (Plymouth)
  • Plymouth Science Park, 1 Davy Road, Plymouth PL6 8BX

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Please note: this course is now fully booked. To be added to the waiting list, please click on 'Register for free' below.

Could you be doing more to get your marketing on track? Are you keen to know what traditional or digital approaches are most effective?

This free course will provide an introduction to the key elements of both traditional and digital marketing. This will include avoiding common marketing mistakes, boosting your web presence and online sales, and developing an effective marketing action plan.

Topics will include:

  • defining marketing
  • Theaker’s Rule of 3 – questions to get you focussed
  • top three marketing mistakes – and how to avoid them!
  • reviewing marketing methods
  • using digital methods, including social media; websites; emails
  • making an action plan.

The course will include a free networking lunch as well as tea and coffee on arrival and during the mid-morning break.

This course is being delivered by tutors from the University of Plymouth, with private sector business experience, in partnership with Plymouth Women in Business. The training is fully funded through the Hidden Talent in Devon project which is part-funded by the European Social Fund and also provides an introduction to further training and higher-level skills opportunities.

Due to the nature of the funding delegates are required to bring ID as proof of age and right to work in the UK - a passport is the most suitable proof. Please note that we cannot accept driving licenses.

Please contact for any queries.

Parking is free on-site.

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