Marketing can seem like a ‘dark art’ and something that means big budgets. Websites, blogging, PR, design, storytelling, social media, events, networking – it can all seem so daunting and which do you choose to do first? This course will give you a solid understanding of the Marketing Mix and how you can apply this theory to your own marketing practice, which will then enable you to promote your business effectively in different ways.
This workshop is perfect for sole traders, start-ups, small business, marketing juniors or those that have found themselves in a marketing role that they didn’t sign up to.
These workshops are hosted by Natalie Hillman Owner and Founder of Whistance Hillman Creative.
Natalie has over 16 years of marketing experience and offers a one stop shop of traditional marketing services to small business and sole traders.
‘With a background in corporate marketing and years in educational marketing, I have always wanted to make a difference, to work towards things that really matter, to support people and to encourage folk to shine in whatever they do. I have always loved marketing and the creative processes involved.
I am passionate, inspired, intuitive, brave and sensitive and can see the good and positive in situations as well as the fun. I love to breathe life into a gem of an idea and help to make that idea a reality. I also love to spread the good word of traditional marketing.’
The [new] Marketing Mix workshops will be held at The Head Shed at Whitley near Melksham in Wiltshire. This fantastic venue is set in an acre of garden surrounded by fields and working farmland, The Head Shed is a self-contained conference and meeting facility in the grounds of Lagard Farm; a 250-year-old converted milking dairy. It is the ideal venue for those looking to get out of the office environment to allow for creative thinking, dedicated team time and outcome focused planning. Perfect for The Marketing Mix Workshops.
The workshops are 2.5 hours long, cost £45.00 per person and include, tea. coffee, water and homemade biscuits.