Reset. Restart: New Marketing Ideas That Work
Join The British Library and discover a host of new ways to reinvigorate your marketing.
The uncertainty of recent years has shown that pivoting away from an original plan can lead to otherwise unexplored opportunities, which have, for many, proved successful and lucrative.
This session helps you to be comfortable with implementing changes and experimenting with new marketing ideas; and takes you through the channels, routes and audiences that help your business move forward and grow.
During the session we’ll introduce over 40 specific marketing tactics. You will then have the opportunity to choose one of them and devise an action plan that you can implement it straight away.
The session will provide you with:
– Practical steps to know how to test, measure and learn your way out of any future challenges
-The confidence to experiment with new marketing activities that still consistently maintain your values and how you communicate them
-A go-to list of over 40 marketing tactics you can take away and try.
By looking at relevant business case studies throughout this webinar, we will show you how unleashing your creativity and testing new ideas can pay off for you!
Click HERE for more details on how to join the webinar (requires registration).
*This event is run by The British Library
About the host
Michael Murdoch and Robbie Dale
Michael Murdoch and Robbie Dale have a total of 30 years’ brand experience, helping hundreds of emerging organisations around the world launch and grow. Between them they have won awards for creativity and effectiveness, been named in both the inaugural BIMA Hot 100 and Drum Digerati and are alumni in the prestigious Marketing Academy scholarship and the 10ksb Goldman Sachs Business Programme.
Organisations they have worked with include charities and start-ups through to the likes of Microsoft, Lego, NHS, Mixcloud, MTV, Diabetes UK, Sanyo, Fairtrade, Nokia and the BBC – helping them clearly communicate their value to their customers.
Date11th October 2022, 10:00 - 11:30