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Building your Brand

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Wednesday 13 March 2019
9:30am to 12:30pm
Community Waikato, 33 Victoria Street, Hamilton
$70 for community, or $140 non-community organisations
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Workshop details:
A brand is important to any organisation, and not just those with the big marketing bucks. Because it can be seen as taking time and money away from helping people, non-profits often devote little or no time to developing their own brands – but in fact you should do the opposite. A strong brand can transform your organisation because it will enable you to build trust, gain resources, and establish partnerships. Non-profits in general deal with causes that are close to people’s hearts. They have a head-start on the ingredients needed to develop a great brand. It’s time to embrace your brand and give your organisation a competitive advantage. Through this workshop you will learn:
  • What is a Brand?
  • Why is a Brand important?
  • How to build and manage your brand

Kim Cable resize Kim Cable is Director of Hamilton based marketing firm Markethub Marketing Services. She is also the Marketing and Communications Manager at Community Waikato.

University qualified in Marketing, Kim has over 20 years’ experience in various marketing roles.  This experience was gained by working in a number of different industries, from local government to corporate, small to large organisations; consequently she has a broad range of knowledge and skills working with many different types of people and customers.  

Kim has delivered a range of marketing workshops targeted toward not-for-profit organisations over the last 5 years.

Kim is also a member of the Fundraising Institute of New Zealand (FINZ), that promotes ethical fundraising, and has had fundraising experience working for the not-for-profit and educational sectors.


What people say:

"Another awesome workshop. Cheers" Cass

"Thank you. Lots to take away and put in place" Lisa

"Really worthwhile, practical and inspiring"

"Informative, thought provoking and creative"

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