Half-day Brand and Marketing workshop


Get your brand and marketing strategies on track with a half-day workshop facilitated by an experienced Marketing Angel.

When you need to:

  • Seek professional marketing help, but don’t have the budget to hire a full time marketing manager
  • Access to a broader and current mix of skills on tap
  • Source an outside ‘sanity check’ on your current self-managed marketing plan
  • Gain extra marketing support for a short-term project, maternity leave, etc.

Brand and Marketing Workshop includes:

  • Your business goals and how marketing needs to support them
  • A clear approach to brand and marketing positioning
  • Define your key marketing messages
  • Define your ideal target markets and map the journey back to your business
  • Review your website performance and role including search engine activities
  • Review your online activity including social media integration
  • Define appropriate marketing tactics
  • Recommend your marketing budget
  • How to track and measure your marketing

Package suggestion

  • Half-day brainstorming session with a Marketing Angel  focusing on your business goals (e.g. building awareness and attracting more clients, refreshing your brand and market positioning, launching new products and services) outcomes are recorded as an action plan

$1,800 ex GST

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“With the help of Marketing Angels, they were able to successfully implement initial marketing materials, tactics and launch the brand while delivering to the brief.

As a start up it was very important to make the most of the resources we had. The Marketing Angels team were able to use smart cost effective tactics and with a successful launch, we were able to quickly build on that initial success.

We really enjoyed working with Marketing Angels. The team took time to understand our product and the market and delivered fantastic results. We would recommend them as outsourced marketers to any businesses who need to enhance their marketing.”