I have so many different events that I want to promote but I get a bit lost as to the best way to do it, without boring people with constant social media posts.
But do people get bored of seeing what’s on offer from the JK Business Club, or am I just being paranoid?
The aim of the business club is to offer meetings where attendees can network to learn more about each other’s businesses, to create new connections and referrers and to increase the understanding about what their business offers and how they can help others.
I have recently started working with Wynne Marketing so I can start to have a proper marketing strategy of my business – not only of the networking events run by JK Business Club, but also of the event management side of the business that helps businesses, individuals and charities to put on excellent events, whether it’s a charity fundraiser, client entertaining, training seminars or B2B events.
The aim of event management is to increase brand awareness, get in front of target clients, treat current clients for their excellent business and to showcase their expertise through seminars and training sessions.
I am always looking at ways that I can increase the offering to my contacts, whether they are paid members of the JK Business Club, or part of the pay-as-you-go networking sessions.
I am very excited to have had a meeting with Nick Hodson Consultant today to discuss the start of a brand new group that will offer peer support for business owners and senior executives…I’ll talk about that separately but it’s going to be a great offering for those wishing to have regular meetings with like-minded ambitious people who are ready to take their business to the next level but need support to make sure they make the right decisions and troubleshoot issues that arise during the busy working day.
All in all, things are going really well but marketing everything I do is definitely a sticking point. I’ll be looking forward to the session on Successful Marketing!
I’m really interested to hear how you market yourself and what you find works best for you.