Nottingham marketing and PR agency, V Formation, has released details of the next in its popular series of marketing and PR training workshops designed to help marketers sharpen up their marketing and PR skills and knowledge.
Run by the V Formation team of marketing and PR professionals and held at BioCity Nottingham, the ‘Sharpen your skills’ workshops are designed to give in-house marketing and PR professionals the opportunity to add to and refresh knowledge and skills, and share their challenges and experiences with their peers.
The 2019 series of four workshops builds on the success of the practical sessions launched last year, and will cover marketing planning, PR and digital PR, internal communications and branding.
Commenting, co-director of V Formation Sue Carr said: “Our workshops last year were a huge success and we are delighted to be delivering a second series of marketing and PR training sessions to help professionals with their career development.
“Each workshop will be informal, interactive and practical and allow participants to put into practice what they have learnt, by inspiring and equipping them for the future.
“Our workshops are ideal for marketing and PR professionals to refine and elevate their skills, whether they want to learn how to design a marketing plan, engage with journalists, differentiate their brand from competitors’ or improve internal marketing and communications.”
Taking place at BioCity Nottingham, the series consists of four workshops:
· Maximising PR content – Thursday 27th June 9.30-1.30
· Creating a compelling brand – Thursday 19th September 9.30-1.30
· Internal communications – Thursday 17th October 9.30-1.30
· Marketing planning – Thursday 14th November 9.30-1.30
Each workshop runs from 9.30am to 1.30pm, followed by lunch and networking.
For further information about V Formation, visit: www.vformation.biz
"Each workshop will be informal, interactive and practical and allow participants to put into practice what they have learnt, by inspiring and equipping them for the future."
Sue Carr, Co-director of V Formation
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