‘5 simple steps to put an end to marketing overwhelm’
|Liverpool & Sefton Chamber of Commerce
Number 1 Old Hall Street
L3 9HG (Click here to view a map of the venue)
This is a Liverpool and Sefton Chamber of Commerce event.
Pricing: Members: free Non-members: £10
Learn how to take more action and maximise on your marketing
With Social Media being the new shiny marketing tool plus all of the original ones like, telephone, direct mail, printing, PR and so on. A lot of the time we get overwhelmed about which element is the right on to use, when should you use it, what do we say, how do we measure it… Amanda has come up with 5 Simple Steps to put an end to Marketing Overwhelm and once you have these steps you will be able to get re-focused and know what your next step is enabling you to take more action!
A little bit about the presenter…
Amanda is a leader in the field of Digital Marketing in the Northwest. She is the Creative Director of Koogar (Est.2006), providing integrated marketing strategies to SMEs. This includes social media, websites, company branding and graphic design, video, email marketing, marketing plans plus coaching and consultancy sessions.
Amanda originally trained as a graphic designer, then went on to become a web designer/ Internet developer and worked for clients including Liverpool Football Club, HSBC, Churchill, Argos and many more in various software and design houses during her career.
She prides herself on her personal relationships with customers and suppliers and favours face-to-face meetings. She is very approachable and as such, gains their trust – clients value her opinion. Amanda works with the best – with people that understand what it means to aspire for excellence.
“The future of Marketing (in digital and traditional forms) is relationships and building them with people we want to work with. It’s about being authentic, edgy, and creative; giving our following what they want. It’s about being the best we can be!”
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