Effective low-cost marketing (Omagh)

Effective marketing is the key to surviving the recession and generating the higher levels of sales needed for your business to grow.

Date: 20/10/11
Time: 19:00 – 21:30 pm
Venue: Silverbirch Hotel

5 Gortin Road
BT79 7DH
This seminar will provide lots of “low-cost/no-cost” practical marketing tools and tips to help build your brand, get to grips with E-marketing and improve your communication with both existing and potential new customers.

This FREE evening seminar is brought to you by Business in the Community, in partnership with DARD Rural Enterprise and the Federation of Small Businesses.

There will also be an opportunity to network with other businesses as well as find answers to a range of marketing issues, whatever stage your business is at, including how to:

Build your brand

  • Build your brand
  • Develop online and e-marketing capability
  • Generate more web traffic
  • Create positive PR and get your business into the press
  • Access marketing advice and support

 Programme and speakers

  • Effective marketing to beat the recession – Richard Collett, Inform Communications
  • E-marketing: how online and social media can help build your brand – Logon.ni
  • Meet the press – representatives from the local press

To register

Email Aggie Calderbank or call (028) 9046 0606 by Monday 17 October 2011 

What will I get out of attending?

  • How to plan effective marketing campaigns
  • How to communicate more effectively with your target audience
  • What e-marketing tools can do for your business
  • How social marketing can help you promote your business
  • How to use PR and the press to promote your business
  • Where to access further marketing and communications advice and support

Event objectives

  • To provide best practice advice and support for small businesses
  • To promote Connections support to local small businesses
  • To recruit local mentors and small businesses for Connections mentoring support
  • To expand the reach of Connections support to more small businesses through partnership working with regional business support agencies and bodies

Sourced: bitc.org.uk