Event Start: Wed, May 22, 2019, 10:00AM
Event End: Wed, May 22, 2019, 12:00PM
22 May 2019
10am – 12pm
Yarrabilba Family & Community Place
3 Darnell St, Yarrabiliba
In the age of digital marketing and online sales, it’s even more important to create and manage a brand than it was in the old-school print days. The ability to spread and hopefully get traction or ‘go viral’ is the digital goal for any content creator. Learn some basic marketing ‘must do’s’ and some apps / platforms that can help you be faster, more professional and create a brand that people will trust and purchase from. You will:
- Learn the importance of branding in any marketing platform and how to apply it across digital channels
- Learn about digital technologies that can help you automate and collaborate in your business, saving you time and money
- Learn why centralising digital systems will change your world.
Michelle Fragar is a world-class marketer having run global marketing departments, and she is excited to be able to share her knowledge with you. She is at the forefront of marketing trends and strategies, holding a position on the Queensland Committee of the Australian Marketing Institute. Michelle also holds a Bachelor of Business (Marketing) and has over 19 years experience in dedicated marketing roles. She now runs her own marketing and advertising agency, BRANDiT, helping Gold Coast businesses achieve in a local – or if they dream big – global market.
Don’t forget to complete the Queensland Digital Scorecard first.
Cut and paste your result link during the registration.
PLEASE NOTE: To register for this event you must be a business (0-19 employees) and provide your ABN.
Are you a small business needing support? Click to register your interest in being a participant in the ASBAS Digital Solutions program.
Business Station has partnered with RDA Logan & Redlands to deliver the Australian Small Business Advisory Services (ASBAS) Digital Solutions program across most of Queensland.
Important – Participating businesses must be aware that this information will be provided to the Commonwealth Department of Jobs and Small Business and the Commonwealth Department of Industry, Innovation and Science for program evaluation and reporting purposes and; they may be approached by a representative of the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science to complete a survey on the services provided.