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By Haddenham Webteam - 20th September 2015 11:30am
Are you involved in running a not-for-profit organisation? Would you like to learn more about marketing and promoting your organisation to a much wider audience? If so, a conference being hosted by Community Impact Bucks may be of interest to you.
The 'Big Impact' conference takes place on Tuesday 29th September, at The Gateway in Aylesbury and local charities, community groups and social enterprises are invited to attend, to learn from some of the UK's marketing experts.
The 'Big Impact' conference kicks off with a keynote address delivered by Anahid Basmajian, Creative Media Director of the Media Trust and charity marketing guru.
Attendees will then have your pick of two practical workshops delivered by an impressive line-up of presenters from across the marketing world, who will be tackling everything from brand-building and PR to the nitty-gritty of social media, and crowdfunding.
Some of the UK's most successful charity marketeers will be sharing their secrets and, to top it all off, the Networking Market place will feature hands-on exhibitions from various promotional partners.
For more information about the programme of practical workshops, click here.
For any further information telephone: 01844 348820
or email: email@example.com
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