Date(s) - 04/06/2020
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Whether it is a physical or digital event or a series of events, we will look at how you can maximise your audience numbers regardless of whether it is free or pay for. Or perhaps you are going to participate in an event and want to know how to promote your company? The key elements we will look at on the workshop will be:
• Research and planning your event that includes identifying opportunities and sponsors
• Action Plans?
• Marketing Strategy
• Promoting your event
• Working within Budget
• Tools to help promote your event
• Hosting your event to ensure all goes well on the day
• Post-event marketing and thank you
• Participating in events
About the presenter
June Meagher has been organising both traditional and digital events for over 30 years in various sectors including arts, wellbeing, chemical regulatory, publishing, music, public sector, and retail.
As Marketing Manager for the Darwin, Pride Hill & Riverside Shopping Centres, June put on over 300 events a year from fashion shows to poetry trails. For 18 years she has run very successful wellbeing conferences and exhibitions in Shrewsbury and around the UK with over 120 exhibitors and 25 speakers, the last event in Shrewsbury attracted nearly 2,000 visitors.
As Head of Sales & Marketing then Client Relationship Director at CW Research Ltd (Chemical Watch) I worked with a great team to increase readership to over 100,000 per month and put on Regulatory events around Europe and the US as well as a series of global webinars attracting hundreds of regulatory professionals from the Chemicals Industry on REACH and other regulatory legislation. I helped Shropshire Council put on their first TECHSevern event in 2018 which was born out of TECHSeed in 2017 and this attracted over 600 visitors from around the UK. June is also a Director of Tan-Y-Garth Hall Retreats Limited, the first permanent yoga centre in the UK which based near Chirk.
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