27 June 2018
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Suite 103, 95-109 Crown Street, Wollongong New South Wales 2500
Members: Free and Non-members: $49
Do you have a great new product or service, but you’re struggling to get people to notice OR take action?
When you’re starting out in business as a freelancer or entrepreneur, there are often so many things that need to get done. But if you’re NOT marketing, then your business isn’t growing.
That’s why we’ve enlisted the help of Wollongong’s online marketing strategist Kellie O’Brien to help create an online marketing strategy for leads and sales.
The Online Marketing For Leads and Sales Workshop will focus in on how to:
1. Attract your most aligned clients to your business effortlessly
2. Determine what to focus your energy on when creating your marketing plan and aim for consistency
3. Move them from discovering who you are online through to investing in you – without burning yourself out.
The workshop will give your marketing greater purpose and help build a predictable system for leads and sales.
During this hands-on Online Marketing For Leads and Sales Workshop, you’ll walk away with a clear idea of:
BONUS: You will receive a 90-Day Marketing Plan Workbook to use during the workshop PLUS also gain access to Kellie’s 2018 PR and Marketing News Calendar, valued at $47, for FREE to help you craft stories to put your new marketing plan into action once you leave the workshop.
Members: Free Non-Members: $49
As an author, speaker and blogger, Kellie empowers female entrepreneurs through to national companies to use storytelling and systems to build soulful client pathways that move your most aligned clients from discovering who you are online through to investing with you. With 16 years as a journalist, 5 years owning a PR agency, and now as a published author, online influencer and digital coach, she lives and breathes story and strategy. She’s helped everyone from a female entrepreneur generate $50,000 for her FIRST EVER launch through to launching a $250m city master plan which gained unanimous approval after five failed attempts over 30 years.