Marketing, such a loosely used word in the business world and a treacherous task to undertake as a business owner. Businesses make or break on their strategies and developing a thorough marketing strategy is essential to any businesses success, small or large. So many questions arise when developing a marketing strategy. Where do I spend my money? How do I differentiate myself from my competitors? How much should I spend on online assets? Do I need to hire a marketing director? The questions could go on forever but one must know marketing basics and how to leverage not only a well-defined marketing budget but time, energy, and creativity to stand out of the crowd when trying to communicate with their target audiences.
The 4 P’s of Marketing: Confessions of a Guerrilla Marketer presented by the Innovation Center will address the very fundamentals to building a marketing strategy that encompasses understanding product/service, price, place, and promotion, the four p’s of marketing. The training session will also provide insight on how to become a guerrilla marketer and to stay top-of-mind when consumers are ready to make a purchasing decision. Guerrilla marketing was founded by Jay Conrad Levinson and was developed to help provide a system for businesses that don’t possess large marketing budgets like big brands, McDonald's or Nike, to market themselves in unique methods to earn the attention of their audiences and to increases sales revenue.
View the Upcoming Workshops page to see when and where the workshop will be held next. If you are interested in hosting a 4 P's of Marketing: Confessions of a Guerrilla Marketer workshop session in your community please contact the Innovation Center's Lynn Wilson, 918-343-7622, or by email, firstname.lastname@example.org.