Shasta Cascade SBDCRedding California

Fine-Tuning Your Marketing Strategy

Fine-Tuning Your Marketing Strategy

Thursday, February 13, 2020 5:30pm to 7:00pm
FREE

Marketing is a key component of a successful business that every owner must fully understand. However many businesses are investing in various marketing tactics and still are not seeing the sales they desire — why? There’s really no simple answer.  It’s inventory, it’s merchandising, it’s the pricing strategy, it’s the distributors, it’s the checkout process, it’s customer service…There could be many reasons why sales are down and your marketing isn’t working on all four cylinders.  
 
This workshop will provide attendees with an introduction into the various elements under the “Marketing Mix” --often referred to as the “7 Ps of Marketing” (Products, Places, Prices, Promotions, People, Packaging and Positioning), clears up the roles of each of them and how they all work together to support a marketing plan. During the workshop, we will also touch on the misconceptions between Advertising, Branding, Public Relations, and other functions that are used to reach customers, drive sales and make those cash registers ring.
 

Instructor: Lani Lott. For the last two decades, Ms. Lott, SBDC business advisor, has been assisting business owners with narrowing in and drafting a marketing strategy tailored to reach their PRIMARY customer base thus creating sales and driving profit.

 

Location:

Frozen Gourmet Building

5800 Airport Road

Redding, CA 96002

(530) 222-8323
emily@norcalsbdc.org
Frozen Gourmet Building
5800 Airport Rd
Redding

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