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Workshop: Marketing on a Shoestring Budget When the Economy Sucks

Workshop: Marketing on a Shoestring Budget When the Economy Sucks

September 29, 2010

Blueprint Creative Group produces a series of D.I.Y. [Do. It. Yourself.] Marketing workshops designed especially for small businesses and non-profit organizations with limited budgets. The truth is that the current economy has placed a severe financial strain on businesses leaving them with less to work with but with the increasing need to maximize their marketing exposure  in order to remain competitive. Unfortunately, businesses always find themselves reducing their overall marketing budget in a financial crunch when that’s probably one of the most necessary expenses for a business. Marketing activities usually have a strong link to an organization’s bottom line, and a reduced emphasis on marketing ultimately results in unmaximized revenue potential.

The D.I.Y. [Do. It. Yourself.] Marketing workshops teach organizations to think like marketing strategists and design a realistic blueprint for intensifying your organization’s marketing exposure even on a shoestring budget. The workshops provide an actionable and realistic approach to intensifying your competitive positioning while also using creative marketing to saturate your marketing messages to your target audience.

Register below for the next D.I.Y. [Do. It. Yourself.] Marketing workshop being held on Friday, October 15th.

This D.I.Y. [Do. It. Yourself.] Marketing workshop is ideal for:

  • Small to mid-size businesses
  • Entrepreneurs & business professionals
  • Independent consultants
  • Consumer products companies
  • Professional services firms
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Arts & entertainment companies
  • Personal care companies
  • Retail

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