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Lunch and Learn: Creating an Actionable Marketing Plan
February 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
The Illinois SBDC at the WBDC is partnering with the Chicago Chapter of the American Marketing Association to offer “Creating an Actionable Marketing Plan.” Learn how to create an actionable marketing plan using a simple, “plan-on-a-page” approach.
This session will provide you the tools and training to help identify your ideal target audience, define your goals and strategic initiatives, choose the right channels with the right content and set KPIs in order to move the needle for your business.
The one-hour, virtual workshop is for small businesses that manage marketing themselves but need a practitioner to help them get started. What it is:
- 1-hour virtual workshop
- Learn how to create an actionable marketing plan using a simple “Plan on a Page” approach
- For businesses that want to manage marketing themselves but need an expert practitioner to help them get started
This session will give you the tools to identify your ideal target audience, define your goals and strategic initiatives, choosing the right channels and content tactics, and tracking your KPIs What attendees walk away with:
- Start of their own Marketing Plan
- A downloadable template
- Network of like-minded marketers
This workshop will be facilitated by Shannon Lee
As Senior VP of Creative at StudioNorth (B2B brand and marketing agency), Shannon leads a high-performing team of content creators and develops brand strategies and full-funnel marketing campaigns for her clients. With more than 20 years of creative marketing experience, she has worked with Fortune 500 brands, B2B, B2C, and nationally recognized non-profit organizations. Shannon understands the power of bringing a brand’s heart and soul into their marketing communications and believes it’s the only way to truly connect with an audience.
Shannon is a Past President of AMA Chicago, and she led her chapter in receiving the Silver Chapter of the Year award in FY 2021-22.
Presented by the Illinois Small Business Development Center at the Women’s Business Development Center.
The Illinois SBDC at WBDC is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration and the Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance, please contact (312) 853-3477 ext. 100.