[caption id="attachment_738078" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Learn more about marketing during our presentation on March 16, 2021[/caption]
Why is marketing important to your company? This sounds like a simple question, but many truly don’t know!
mediaBrew Communications and Connect Marquette are working together to host “How to Get More Out of Marketing”, a virtual event where you’ll hear from mediaBrew Market Manager Mark Evans on several ways marketing can be applied to your business or organization.
During this presentation you’ll learn:
Why marketing is important
What the most neglected way to successfully market yourself or your business is
Common mistakes made when marketing a business
How to relate your business to the digital world
How traditional media and the digital world work together
Following the presentation, you’ll have a chance to ask marketing or advertising related questions. These concepts could apply directly to your real business scenarios!
Mark Evans has been around Marquette Radio and TV since 1996. Though he is a native of Madison, Wisconsin, the U.P. has rubbed off and become his home! Wearing many hats, Mark is not only Marketing Manager at mediaBrew Communications, but he also co-hosts Mark and Walt in the Morning and serves as the Voice of Negaunee Football. Mark uses his experience in marketing and advertising to oversee the sales department, making him a great source of information when asking “What’s next?” with your marketing.
mediaBrew Communications is a small market multi-media group located in Marquette, with eight radio stations and over 30 websites. Primarily known in the radio industry, the mediaBrew team has become the most awarded radio group in the Upper Peninsula with 78 Broadcast Excellence Awards from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters.
Date: March 16, 2021
Time: 5:30 – 6:30pm
Location: Remote (Zoom)
Fee: $10 (Covered for Connect Marquette Members)
Zoom links to attend this event will be provided in your confirmation email after registering to attend this event.