2014 Guide to Marketing Series – Part 3 of 3
The Science of Effective Advertising
Consumers will see 200-500 ads every day – and ignore almost all of them. If your business has to advertise, and you don’t want to waste your money, you should join us. In this session, we’ll talk about the science of creating effective advertisements and advertising strategy. My goal is for you to NOT make costly strategic mistakes with your adverting efforts. I hope that you will make time to swing by.
As always, this session will be part presentation and part group discussion. Please bring your own questions and be ready to discuss your personal business experiences. I’ll prep a presentation based on my own experiences (banking, PE/VC, biz dev) and training (Northwestern/Kellogg MBA).
This is my 2nd time doing this Guide to Marketing Series. The first time around was very well received, so I’m making some changes (thanks for the feedback!). This 3-part series will have repeat sessions at convenient times. You can come to the first session (hosted during the week at Hypepotamus) or the repeat session on Saturday mornings (hosted at different local libraries, see below).
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at ChudiAmu@gmail.com or 404-429-9991.
2014 Guide to Marketing Series**
Part 1: Marketing – Defining & Defending Your Own Niche
Jan 25 (Saturday): 10:30am-12:30pm – Hairston Crossing Library (Stone Mountain) RSVP @ Eventbrite
Jan 27 (Monday): 6:15-8:30pm – Hypepotamus (Midtown Atlanta) RSVP @ Eventbrite
Jan 29 (Wednesday): 6:15-8:30pm – Hypepotamus (Midtown Atlanta) RSVP @ Eventbrite
Feb 01 (Saturday): 10:30am-12:30pm – Stonecrest Library (Lithonia) RSVP @ Eventbrite
Part 3: The Science of Effective Advertising
Feb 05 (Wednesday): 6:15-8:30pm – Hypepotamus (Midtown Atlanta) RSVP @ Eventbrite
Feb 08 (Saturday): 10:30am-12:30pm - Toco Hills Library (Decatur) RSVP @ Eventbrite
**There are two identical sessions for each part of the 3-part series.
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Hi, I'm a self-confessed business nerd with a passion for solving business problems and for the economic development of Africa. My professional experience is in the investment banking, PE/VC, and business development fields. My formal training is in finance (Morehouse College) and marketing, entrepreneurship and innovation (Kellogg/Northwestern MBA).