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Think. Shop. Buy LOCAL
When you spend your dollars at an independant local business, it keeps more money in our hometown to support our community's schools, social services, public library, and local non-profits. Studies show that locally owned businesses return about 80% of each dollar spent at local businesses will return up to 5 times that amount within the community through taxes , employee wages, and purchaese of supplies and services from other independant businesses. By supporting local businesses, it creates more jobs, a healthier economy and invites other businesses to come to our community. It's truly a win-win for all of us.
The University of Mary Washington Small Business Development Center Warsaw office will be offering the following workshops in March at the RCC Kilmarnock Center, 447 N. Main St., Kilmarnock, VA. Registration fee is $20 per class. Registration deadline is March 7th. For additional information or to register please contact our office at (804)333-0286 or email us at email@example.com
3/11 Marketing Plan - 1:00-3:00pm
This topic builds on the marketing concepts taught in the Basics of Marketing and helps students gain a deeper understanding of those concepts. Students are introduced to the Marketing Mix and learn about its four components: Product, Place, Price, and Promotion.
3/18 Print Marketing – 1:00-3:00pm
This topic deals with the creation of print marketing materials for a small business. In the practical part of the topic, students learn how to create a professional-looking double-sided folding leaflet from scratch. They practice inserting and formatting various types of content such as pictures and text. They work on the graphics, adding color palettes and a logo. They see how to prepare the leaflet for printing and how to reuse it as a template for future campaigns.
3/25 Social Media Marketing – 1:00-3:00pm
This topic introduces students to Facebook and other social media tools used for online marketing. They are encouraged to think about the advantages that social media tools can bring to small businesses, particularly in the context of low-cost marketing. They learn how to create a Facebook account and a Facebook Page for a small business. They practice customizing the page and adding different types of content to it, including posts, pictures, videos, and links.
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