Date/Time
Date(s) - 23/05/2017
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Location
ecentre

Categories


14-feb

Digital Marketing Strategy

This talk will be of interest to small business owners and startup entrepreneurs developing their go to market strategies and growth plans.
As most businesses have limited resources (time and money), this seminar will help you plan and execute a digital marketing strategy. We will cover the importance of sales lifecycle, audiences and the most effective marketing channels. How you will measure the most successful campaigns and where to focus your efforts.
Due to limited seats, preference will be given to entrepreneurs who are developing a business idea and early stage startups.

About the series:
This seminar is presented by Jackie Young, CEO of ecentre.
Jackie previously headed the marketing and recruitment (sales) teams of Media Design School through an intense period of change that included integration with Laureate International Education, significant product transitions, and international expansion. As director of strategic projects, Jackie had the opportunity to function as an “intrapreneur” while developing and executing strategies that supported outstanding outcomes for Media Design School and its students.
Jackie has more than 17 years experience in marketing and communications working on an international stage. She has recently taken on the role as the new CEO of the ecentre and is looking forward to working with entrepreneurs and helping them achieve market growth through well-planned strategies and support.

ecentre business incubator & accelerator hosts this series of lunchtime events:
Expert speakers are chosen with knowledge and experience of the topic to provide insights and to answer questions. The purpose is to inform and support entrepreneurs, business founders and small business owners who are seeking to grow their business.
These sessions also introduce participants to the support available through ecentre investor club, Massey University, ATEED, Callaghan Innovation, local business associations and the Microsoft BizSpark Programme.
Spaces are limited so preference will be given to entrepreneurs exploring a business idea or who have recently started their own business.
Sessions are interactive and participants are encouraged to talk about their own business ideas or new ventures. As there will be opportunities for networking please bring your business cards.
Register today to secure your spot!!!
Join us for a seminar from experts and a lively discussion.
Numbers limited so register your interest here.

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