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Wed, 01 June



Re-connecting to customers - Marketing and brand awareness

Depending on the type of business you have, remaining motivated and creating new marketing campaigns may have been tricky over the past two years.

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Re-connecting to customers - Marketing and brand awareness
Re-connecting to customers - Marketing and brand awareness


01 June 2022, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm

Broadmeadows, 10 Dimboola Rd, Broadmeadows VIC 3047, Australia

About the Event

The last two years have been difficult for most business owners.

Many had concerns about how to keep:

  • the business operating with little or no revenue
  • staff employed, engaged and ready to work
  • your business operating

Hume is now in a very different position, these series of masterclasses were designed to help business owners overcome their entrepreneurial challenges and succeed in 2022!

This free, 3 hour Masterclass, will help you:

  • review your ideal customer segments to ensure that you’re marketing your product or service to the people most likely to buy from your business
  • review your marketing plan or give you the tools you need to create a basic marketing plan during the workshop
  • identify the most appropriate methods to reconnect with your customers and link to your marketing plan
  • better understand why brand awareness is critical to the success of your business

What you will take away

  • A better understanding of the steps you can take to reconnect to your customers
  • A new network of like-minded business owners who have attended the session
  • A workbook with tips and summaries on how marketing and brand awareness can improve profitability for your business

Register here

What to bring

A notebook or tablet or laptop to take notes. Food is provided but you are welcome to bring your own.

Who's involved?

Delivered by Tina Manolitsis for Enterprising Partnerships, this Masterclass is part of the Start and Grow Program by StartNorth, owned and operated by Hume City Council. The program is funded by the Victorian Government Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions, Suburban Revitalisation Project.

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