Everything is Marketing and Marketing is Everything (NEW)

Webinar

Many people assume that marketing is just advertising, but it is so much more. In today's world, everything that you do is marketing, from answering the telephone, to signage, to written materials, to saying thank you. Marketing is imperative to the sustainability and growth of your organization. In this webinar taught by Pat Bohse, participants will:

  • understand the importance of having a marketing plan and the elements of a marketing plan;
  • develop a template to create a marketing plan for their organization;
  • learn the six P's that are elements of every marketing plan: Place, Products, People, Price, Production, and Promotions; and,
  • explore a variety of marketing tools to help implement the plan.

This webinar is relevant for anyone who works for a nonprofit and wants their organization to thrive. The webinar will held on Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 2pm EDT.

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90 Minutes
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Presenter

Pat Bohse

What do you get when you combine the insightfulness of a seasoned consultant, the leadership skills of an executive director, the organizational skills of an association manager, the commitment of a board of directors member, the confidence of a nationally recognized public speaker, and the savviness of a TV Show host? You get Pat Bohse. Pat is the President of Bohse & Associates, Inc., a nonprofit management and training consulting firm based in New Jersey. Her dedication to "Helping Organizations Change Their Worlds" is exemplified by her ongoing work nonprofits and fundraising, grantwriting, marketing, and volunteerism. Pat more recently served as an executive director of a non-traditional nonprofit called SCAN (Social Community Activities Network).
Pat Bohse