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Understanding Your Customer and How to Sell to Them – Free workshop

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  • 27 Jul 2024

Understanding your ideal customer and effectively communicating with them is crucial for making informed decisions and promoting your product or service.  In this free workshop, we will explore who your ideal customer is,  what motivates them to purchase,  which communication methods are most effective and how can you leverage this knowledge to boost sales.

With over 20 years of experience in creating and selling products and services in the creative industries, your facilitator, Skye Petho will share valuable insights and strategies to help you improve decision-making in your creative business and enhance sales.

This workshop is full of practical advice that will provide you with actionable steps to identify and engage with your target audience more effectively by understanding the nuances of consumer behaviour and preferences.  You can tailor your marketing efforts to resonate with your ideal customers.

Additionally, this workshop will include interactive sessions where you can apply the concepts learned and receive feedback. Networking opportunities with fellow participants will also be available, allowing you to share experiences and learn from each other’s successes and challenges.

This session promises to equip you with the tools and knowledge needed to refine your ideal customer, connect more deeply with your audience, and ultimately drive sales in your creative business.

Register your free ticket here.

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