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‘Don’t be Unlucky in Marketing’ took place on Friday 13th February. The day was delivered on behalf of Liverpool City Council’s iNnovation Network, as a way to help Social Care providers better understand why the ability to market their services to individuals. This is increasingly important in the context of personal budgets, and a rise in people self-financing aspects
If you want to sharpen your competitive edge – then this event is for you!
The ability to market your service well, literally has the power to transform the fortunes of your organisation. This free action packed, 1-day conference will provide you with a chance to hear from leading experts on how to develop effective marketing strategies and more importantly how to implement them.
As well as covering a broad range of marketing, communications and PR issues the day will also focus on helping organisations think about how they sell services to individual consumers.
This is particularly relevant for social care organisations whose business model will be affected by a move towards personal budgets.
Speakers will include:
- Dyane Aspinall – Assistant Director – Adult Services & Health at Liverpool City Council
- Helen Reynolds – Award winning communications expert who makes social media and communications not only fun but seemingly easy! You can read more about Helen here. Watch her speak at one of our previous events here.
- Matt Smith – Head of Marketing and Communications at University of Liverpool
We will also be running sessions, led by a number of the city’s leading marketing, communications and PR agencies. A chance for you to pick the brains of the experts!
This event will be delivered by So-Mo & LCVS and is part of a wider programme of activity supported by Liverpool City Council’s iNnovation Network.