Learn How To Market Your Business

Do you still have the first set  of 500 business cards that you had printed when you first started?

Do you not have a steady stream of work coming in?

Are you trying to diversify but not getting the chance?

Then you need this workshop.

Renee Otmar has been awarded the honorary title of Distinguished Editor by the Institute of Professional Editors. She has worked for nearly 20 years as an experienced and successful editor and she attributes her success to her marketing tactics.

Now thanks to the Society of Editors (WA) Inc. you can benefit from her knowledge and her tactics when you attend the full day workshop on the 18th of July 2009 at Onedex Training Centre, 50 Goodwood Parade, Burswood, W.A.

If you are based in Perth and starting out in small business of any kind or if you are involved in sales, marketing, PR and advertising, you will want to attend this workshop. Renee will teach you how to gain and keep the clients you want by targeting your markets effectively and using specific marketing strategies.

With a Small Business training voucher available via the Department of Education and Training to allow you to cover the cost of this workshop, what have you got to lose?

So come find out how Renee’s experience and knowledge can help you get the best deal terms of marketing costs and effort so that you can beat all expectations and grow your business during the global financial crisis. Others who have attended Renee’s workshop have stated that: ‘Renée brings real-life experience to this topic.’ and that they have ‘…gained knowledge and marketing tools.’

Renee Otmar
Renee Otmar

Marketing 101: by Renee Otmar, organised by the Society of Editors (WA) Inc.

Date: 18th July 2009
Time: 10 am to 4 pm
Location: Onedex Training Centre, 50 Goodwood Parade, Burswood, Western Australia.
Cost: Society of Editors (WA) Inc. members $150; non-members $180 however anyone associated with a small business may apply for the Department of Education & Training’s Small Business Training Voucher. This will enable you to get upto $125 and $140 off the cost respectively after the training is over.
Register your interest by the 9th of July to the SoEWA treasurer.
Refreshments: Tea/coffee & a light lunch will be provided.

For further information including payment options, please visit the Society of Editors (WA) Inc. website.

Please visit the website to get all the details before emailing me or the treasurer.

Marisa is a globetrotting freelance writer, journalist and editor with cat for hire (her, not the cat). She is currently based in Melbourne.

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