Wed, 29 Sept|
Upstairs at Dixie Browns
Engine Room Digital Marketing Trends & Tips and Resilience & Motivation
Come along to hear Darren and Rachael McGarvie present Digital Marketing Trends & Tips and the importance of a resilient & motivated mindset. Plus an introduction to the Firestation ACCELERATE programme.
Time & Location
29 Sept 2021, 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Upstairs at Dixie Browns, 38 Roberts Street, Taupō 3330, New Zealand
About the Event
Digital Marketing Trends & Tips with Rachael McGarvie
Online marketing is crucial for most businesses, but it’s challenging to navigate the rapidly changing
digital marketing landscape and get or maintain results. Come along to learn the top marketing trends
you need to be across and essential online marketing tips to attract, convert and retain customers.
Resilience & Motivation with Darren McGarvie
More than ever business owners, entrepreneurs and community leaders need deep resilience to
respond to this extraordinary business environment. Learn the essential foundation of a resilient
mindset and how to build a motivated, growth-oriented mindset for yourself and your people in
Darren and Rachael will also be introducing the Firestation Accelerate Programme, the next intake for this programme is October / November 2021.
- Firestation ACCELERATE is a six month programme providing business training in group sessions and individual coaching for established and growth potential businesses.
- The ACCELERATE programme offers a mix of professional coaching and business capability training with the focus on participants setting goals, implementing actions and increasing success through planning for growth.
- Mastery training includes: Growth Mindset, Marketing & Brand Strategy, Employment, Online Marketing, Leadership & Culture, Finance, Sales & Pricing, Innovation.
- ACCELERATE teaches participants the importance of spending time working on the business and, after six months they will walk away with a growth acceleration plan.
If you are interested in participating in the Accelerate programme, there is potential funding support available.