P&G Pro Bono School: Marketing 101
TIME & LOCATION
ABOUT THE EVENT
Empact would like to invite you to the upcoming Online Pro Bono School on Marketing 101, conducted by experts from Procter & Gamble (P&G). They have also opened this opportunity up to 5 selected groundups.
This session is specially designed for members from communications, marketing, fundraising, and partnerships teams. Learn how to be more convincing in your communication to different stakeholders and potentially receive feedback from P&G lead trainers, who are experts in the domain of marketing and have previously delivered multiple runs of similar marketing sessions for nonprofits and social enterprises in Singapore.
DATE: 4 December 2020 (Fri)
TIME: 1.00pm to 3.00pm
WHERE: Hosted virtually on WebEx (Details to join the session will be shared closer to date)
REIGSTRATION DEADLINE: 29 November 2020
Maximum of 3 persons per groundup, please register each person individually.
*Please note that this registration of interest does not amount to a confirmation of a slot to attend the session, and we will be in touch with you to let you know if your registration is successful.
Here’s why you should sign up:
· How to increase brand awareness to contribute to your organisation’s communication goals, related to fundraising/sales or programme/product/service take-up rates, etc.
· How strategic marketing can value-add to your organisation
Practical tips to strengthen marketing capabilities
Please note that this virtual session will be conducted in a workshop format, where time will be allocated for your practice of the frameworks discussed. The confirmation email will be sent at least 1 week prior to the session.
ABOUT THE ORGANISERS
P&G is the largest international FMCG company behind leading consumer brands such as SK-II, Pampers and Pantene. Pro Bono School has trained 100+ organisations in the topics ranging from Marketing 101 and Human Resources to Agile Thinking for more than 4 years.
Empact is a leading social enterprise with a mission to build the capacity of the social sector. Founded in 2011, Empact has contributed an estimated $7 million worth of savings, towards more than 800 social organisations with pro bono professional services rendered by skilled volunteers.