Join us for a live webinar with marketing expert Scott Clanin!
Discover the secrets of successful marketing through audience identification. Learn how to understand your target audience and craft personalized marketing plans that drive real results. This webinar will also cover the basic outline of a winning marketing plan, equipping you with the knowledge to elevate your marketing efforts and achieve business success.
The webinar will be approximately 45 minutes of presentation time followed by Q&A.
About the Presenter: Scott Clanin is the owner and president of Clanin Marketing, a full-service marketing and design agency based in Champaign, Illinois, and has broad experience working closely with small to medium-size businesses and non-profit organizations. Recognized by Google for helping businesses grow on the web, Scott’s vision and leadership have helped numerous businesses successfully grow and achieve their goals with strategic marketing and branding strategies. Learn more at https://www.claninmarketing.com.
This webinar is sponsored by the Illinois Small Business Development Center at Champaign County EDC and presented in collaboration with Champaign County EDC, Champaign Center Partnership, Community Foundation of East Central Illinois, Economic Development Corporation of Decatur & Macon County, Experience Champaign-Urbana, Launch at Champaign Public Library, Mahomet Area Chamber of Commerce, Parkland College Community Education, Rantoul Area Chamber of Commerce, and University of Illinois Research Park.
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PLEASE NOTE: this webinar will be recorded and may be shared publicly. By registering for this webinar, you understand that your questions or comments shared during the webinar will be recorded and shared in a public domain.
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