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New marketing workshop helps small business owners grow their businesses

Small business owners no longer need to be in the dark about marketing with a new marketing workshop that helps them get their business growth and marketing promotions plans on track.

May 12, 2011 - PRLog -- Small business owners no longer need to be in the dark about marketing with a new marketing workshop that helps them get their business growth and marketing promotions plans on track.

The Sydney Small Business Centre’s Small Business Marketing Intensive, to be held on 7-8 July 2011, is an intensive and highly interactive workshop that gives small business owners the tools they need to grow or defend their small businesses – both offline and online.  

The workshop is presented by long-time marketer and Sydney Small Business Centre founder Amanda Falconer. “If you’re a small business owner who wants to attract new clients, have a clear point of difference and a measureable plan of action, the Small Business Marketing Intensive is a must,” she says.

“While the marketing concepts we share are invaluable, the real benefit comes from working with other business owners to test ideas and then walking away with an action plan you can start tomorrow. That’s makes this workshop different from other guru-led, secret-revealing, information-dump sessions.”  

Workshop participant and owner of Promonation Melissa Ryding says, “If you are unclear or uncertain about your current marketing plan or system, the Sydney Small Business Centre will help you clarify where you need to be heading.”

Fellow participant and owner of Thoughtful Content Denese Bottrell says, “I left with more than a list of ideas; I left with a clear business plan and a road map for making it happen. There is no way I could have received this level of attention or results from an agency or consultant.”

This will be the second small business marketing intensive workshop held by the Sydney Small Business Centre. The first workshop was an enormous success, with the nine participants all walking away with actionable business plans they could start on tomorrow.

Part of the workshop includes a follow-up call to ensure business owners stay on track and help with any further questions that arise as plans are put into action. “It also gives them their first deadline, “ says Falconer. “We schedule that because so often people leave seminars all enthused, and then three months down the track have done nothing.”

In a class size capped at 9 people, spots in the Small Business Marketing Intensive will fill quickly. Small business owners interested in taking up this unmissable opportunity can contact the Sydney Small Business Centre on (02) 8203 2715 for more information or enroll in the course on the Sydney Small Business Centre website:

Small Business Marketing Intensive
Where: Sydney Small Business Centre, 1 Layton Street, Camperdown
Date: July 7 & 8
Time: 8:30am – 5pm

Find out more at: www.sydneysmallbusinesscentre.com

For further information or interviews please contact:
Sarah Bell
Sydney Small Business Centre
Phone: 02 8203 2715
Email: sbell@sydneysmallbusinesscentre.com

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About Sydney Small Business Centre:

The Centre is a both a learning centre, that helps SMEs grow by coaching business owners to become great business managers, as well as their outsourced marketing manager.

The Centre works with businesses to develop their business and marketing strategy using a workshop-based consultation model. It also handles a full range of marketing services for direct clients, like brand development, visual identity, website development, and online marketing services.

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