Creative Marketing on a Shoestring Budget October 17, 2018, 10:00am EDT
Address:
Berkeley College
255 Duffield Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11201

Who should attend?
For start-ups as well as those in business who have limited funds but want to market their businesses with maximum impact. 

Overview

Clients, customers and consumers often have little money to spend. At the same time, many small businesses do not have a big marketing budget. When the customer is ready to buy, you want to be at the top of their list. The workshop will provide you with marketing strategies to market your business on a tight budget.

A breakout session will enable you and other participants to share low-cost marketing techniques. Learn from your peers how to avoid costly mistakes and use your limited marketing budget effectively.

At the end of this workshop you will be able to:

  • List practical ways to increase sales without using a lot of resources
  • Implement techniques for attracting new prospects
  • Discuss strategies for getting more business from existing customers
  • Describe tips for effectively networking with fellow entrepreneurs

After the workshop, put the training to work. Schedule a free follow up discussion with a SCORE NYC Mentor to get you started. 

instructors:

Tim Contado 
Seasoned marketer with experience in CPG and food products. Marketing and sales executive with cinema advertising company. Expert in business management, advertising and marketing strategy, media and entertainment, and new product development. Experience in recruiting, public relations, and retail.  

Lee Simonson
Former president of a sales and marketing consulting firm. Started up and managed two multi-million dollar businesses with an expertise in strategic planning, marketing, and sales development as well as in managing small and medium sized businesses. 

Workshop Fees:  Online registration $29, walk-ins $39

There is a $10 discount on all Student and SEAP registrations (valid ID must be presented at the door; bring SEAP form to workshop).

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