Looking to Learn More About Sales and Marketing Techniques?

Submitted by Jennifer McCleary | Posted on September 12, 2017
Extracurricular

Submitted on behalf of: Student Experience - Academic, Career and Professional Development.

Looking to learn more about sales and marketing techniques?

Innovation Factory is hosting a number of sales and marketing focused events to help you deepen your understanding in each of these fields.

Upcoming Events

  • Fail Fast, Succeed Sooner: Agile Marketing for Greater Results
    Tuesday, Sept. 19 | 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

    The fast eat the slow. That’s why it’s important to have an agile marketing program in place. However, agile marketing doesn’t mean lightening speed with no plan – it’s a methodical practice designed to fail fast, learn from those failures and succeed sooner. In this session, expert marketing firm Jan Kelley will discuss strategies for how to work in sprints; how to use A/B testing to shape messaging and boost results; and how to use data to make informed optimizations. Register

  • Pitching to Investors: Entrepreneurs Toolkit
    Friday, Oct. 13 and 20 |9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

    This experiential, hands-on workshop series will give you the tools to develop a pitch that will get the attention of investors. In each session, you will generate a deliverable that you will use frequently in the business development process. You will leave the series knowing the key components of your investment story. Register

 

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