Could your marketing use a refresh or reboot?
Good news! New Scientist Magazine is offering intensive 1:1 marketing sessions to non-profit organisations in Camden.
To do this, they are assembling a team of marketing gurus, designers, journalists and digital editors to help you maximise your marketing (in other words the ways you describe and present your organisation to potential service users/funders/etc).
They know that small charities don’t have marketing departments and the aim is that by the end of the session, you will have a few clear, simple actions to take that will revolutionise your marketing without costing you hours of work.
This is all about your needs. You can review or update your current materials, troubleshoot, come up with a campaign to raise awareness of your cause or attract new donors … or whatever else you can think of that’s marketing related.
Feedback from a previous attendee:
“It was an immense relief to have such amazing marketing support to help make a huge improvement to our materials and website. In one session the professionals’ expertise and innovation enabled us to increase our communications and publicity to reach more clients. They were welcoming, friendly, fun, flexible and fast. What would have taken us months to find time and the finances to do, was done in one hour!”
The first two sessions are being held on Thursday 23 March – one at 11am-12:30pm and one from 3-4:30pm.
Contact Catherine by email or phone 020 7424 9990 for more details and to book in for one of the sessions.
Unable to make these sessions? Not to worry, there will be more throughout the year, however you should add your name to the waiting list for future sessions now.
***UPDATE (16.3.17)… Many thanks to those of you who have been in touch. We have been overwhelmed by requests and now have a whopping 17 groups on the waiting list (which is now closed), We will of course let you know if and when any more sessions are offered. We look forward to hearing and seeing all of the good things that come as a result of attending the workshops. 🙂