Small Businesses - How to Reach Your Customers

UPDATED 20151112 01:36:08

Our short business courses provide those currently in business or wishing to start their own business with the information, confidence and support to succeed. You may have everything in place, your business may even be up and running, but without paying customers you have no business! This practical session will explore the various on-line and off-line marketing techniques available to small businesses to help you find cost effective ways to shout about your business and reach your target audience. At the end of the course participants will be able to: - Describe the main promotional tools available to small businesses, - Explain how relationship marketing can help to increase the profit in your business, - Prepare a short marketing campaign plan to help you achieve one of your business goals, - Give examples of digital marketing and ways they could be used to help your business, The course is for people who are interested in starting their own business but are not sure how to go about it or those who have started their own business who would like some further marketing guidance.

Course information

Name: Small Businesses - How to Reach Your Customers Qualification title: Non regulated Community Learning provision, Business Management Qualification type: Assessment Awarding Generic award - no awarding body Created 20151112 01:36:08 Updated 20151112 01:36:08

Entry requirements

Apart from a note pad and pen, there are no other specific costs and resources required for this course although, should you wish to read around the subject or attend local events, the tutor may be able to signpost you to the relevant information to enable you to access these. Equipment required Apart from a note pad and pen, there are no other specific costs and resources required for this course although, should you wish to read around the subject or attend local events, the tutor may be able to signpost you to the relevant information to enable you to access these.

Provider

Kent Training and Apprenticeship Service / Kent Adult Education (Community Learning and Skills)
adult.education@kent.gov.uk
0845 606 5606
http://www.kent.gov.uk/adulted

Address

Head Office
College Road Town: Sittingbourne County:Kent

Learning aims

Title: Non regulated Community Learning provision, Business Management Qualification: Non regulated Community Learning provision, Business Management Classification: Business, Administration and Law

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