Marketing Workshop: Light Rail Business Link
Organiser: Light Rail Business Link Program
This free workshop will give you insights into the tools and techniques to improve the way customers view your business and how to prioritise your marketing activities before, during and after a competitive bidding process.
Competitive and successful business share something in common – and it’s not just the delivery of good products and services or well written tenders. Successful business possess the ability to share compelling stories about their industry sector, they communicate to the market with confidence and they own and control strong brands that people trust and work to engage with.
Business of any size and scale can leverage these same elements through well planned and executed and marketing. The Light Rail Business Link marketing workshop will share insights into the tools and techniques to improve the way customers view your business and how to priorities your marketing activities before, during and after a competitive bidding process.
The workshop will also aid participants in developing an understanding of how to identify their ideal competitive positioning and how to improve the influence and standing of key team members within their sector.
This training is designed for businesses that are currently established and have the potential to engage with Canberra Metro in the Light Rail Project in a service or product provision capacity.
This marketing workshop is delivered by Threesides Marketing – A Canberra based marketing agency that have been helping clients across the region find and keep clients with smart marketing since 2008. They will share with you their experience, case studies and lots of simple and practical tips and advice you can start working on in your business straight away. Find more about threesides at www.threesides.com.au
Coffee & Tea Provided
Date: 10 May 2016
Time: 7:00am to 9:00am
Venue: Canberra Business Chamber, 216 Northbourne Avenue, Braddon, ACT 2612
To book your place visit the registration page.