Marketing Skills Training Course Material$79.00 Instantly available, saving you time and effort. Affordable, saving you money. Flexible, for on-site and virtual presentations. Everything you need, slide decks, manuals and guides. 100% customizable, ready for any situation. Brand as your own, just add your logo. Easy to present, no experience required. Marketing Skills Training Course Material quantity Add to cart SKU: MKT Category: Management Courses Description Keep audiences engaged with on-point content Do you want to present your own training courses on marketing skills? Do you have the course content you need to do that? Or have the time to create everything from scratch? Well, you can now instantly download everything you’ll need. This content will meet the challenges faced by line staff, human resource professionals, general managers, and senior executives who seek to expand their marketing skills. Let’s explore what you’ll receive. What you’ll get 34-page participant manual. 72 powerpoint slides. Practical exercises. Further reading. Course evaluation form. Action plan. Learning objectives At the end of this training course your participants will be able to: Identify the main obstacles. Understand the marketing process. Understand a range of tools and techniques. Explain the benefits of having an effective marketing process. Course outline In an effort to provide you with as much value as possible, we’re going to show you how you can deliver the key sections of this training course. We’ve divided this training course content into 5 key steps. Introduce your audience to marketing skills The first part of this training course is straight out of any marketing skills 101 book. It’s the best way to develop the skills of your audience, highlight key areas, and connect with your audience. If you’re a corporate trainer or business manager, let the content do the work for you. Develop great marketing skills. Explore “what is marketing?” Present a range of marketing core concepts. This section helps your audience feel more connected to the content. And, it will show them how they can build more practical skills. 2. Help your audience understand the marketing environment This is your opportunity to showcase the role played by the work environment. To illustrate, marketing is composed of, and influenced by, many entities such as: Governments. Socio-cultural aspects. Economics. Competitors. Suppliers. Customers. Employees. Technology. At a time when everyone is trying to maximize marketing efforts, use the content provided to: Explore the significant factors that demand strategic management skills. Examine the level of control their company has over these efforts. Focus on the main aims of marketing. 3. Introduce your audience to the Boston Consulting Group Matrix Let’s look at how you will use the content to: Discuss how to identify product growth opportunities. Focus on the Boston Consulting group’s product portfolio matrix (BCG matrix). This matrix focuses on long-term strategic planning for products. Note: The ‘Boston Box’ is essentially an analytical tool for looking at lifecycle stages of products in an organization’s portfolio. Here’s where it gets interesting, the four quadrants introduced are: Dogs – Products with low growth or market share. Question marks or problem child – Products in high growth markets with a low market share. Stars – Products in high growth markets with a high market share. Cash cows – Products in low growth markets with a high market share. 4. Focus on products Do you think that you don’t have to talk about products? Surely, everyone out there understands products? And to some extent that’s true. But you do need to focus attention on products. And, make sure your audience really understands this key concept. Don’t be afraid to share your experiences or to include industry-specific reference points. The main purpose of these examples is to embed learning within examples that will be meaningful to your audience. 5. Connect price and place It’s important to remember that products need to sell within marketplaces. And, as such, they require a unique price for any company. To make your course more valuable to your audience, highlight the barriers to entry within specific markets. To illustrate, from a marketing perspective, prices typically are set by the following steps: Consumer analysis. Channel analysis. Competitor pricing analysis. Economic-capacity analysis. Pricing objectives. Once you’ve pinpointed these aspects, use the content to help your audience answer some critical questions. For example: Where exactly are you going to sell your product? What is the level of sophistication in the market? Which competitors are already there, and what market share do they have? How will you support your market? What costs will be associated with engaging in this market? Helping your audience to answer these questions won’t just improve their marketing skills, it will also set the foundation for all future learning for them. 6. Promote the product, every step of the way We tell ourselves that we need to promote products. In fact, we find that lots of people talk about promotion without any sense of what that means. So, in this section, use the content provided to highlight that: Marketing is the process of making potential customers aware of your product and what it offers. Marketing persuades potential customers to purchase your product. On some level, we all understand more than we know about marketing. Or, do we? After all, we are bombarded by images and products every day. Examples go a long way, and your audience will notice this. Especially, when exploring the promotional mix of activities involved in a marketing campaign. Encourage your audience to consider the following questions: Who are the targets? Where are they located? What is their level of knowledge? What message do you want to get through? How will you measure the success of the promotional activity? What budget do you have to resource the promotional activity? In the final part of the course, use the content to: Explore how to sustain a competitive advantage. Differentiate products from those of the competition to achieve a level of competitive advantage. Discuss how this differentiation can come from – the actual product, pricing advantages, accessibility for customers (place), and the level of productive promotional activity introduced. Order this training course material on marketing skills now! $79.00Add to cart Bonus: Free expert training guides Starting today, with all Oak Innovation training course products, you’ll receive eight free training guides that will help you add extra value to your training courses. Training icebreakers. How to select training materials. Training games. How to increase participation. 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Rey Carr – Peer Resources Explore more customer stories Limited time offer Get access to training content for 50+ courses, 100% customizable and instantly available. Free updates for life. See course list here $4,108.00 $1,040.00Add to cart Frequently asked questions What is marketing? Marketing is what a business will do to promote how a product or service will be bought or sold. List five examples of marketing activities? Here are five of the leading marketing activities that a company can use: Advertising. Telemarketing. Newsletters and printed materials. Internet marketing. Product placement. What are the main goals of marketing? Company owners and employees often pay the most attention to marketing activities, and flashy campaigns, forgetting that main goals that should underpin all activities. Here are some of the primary purposes of marketing: Increase brand awareness. Advertize products or services. The broad reach of your product. Generate more leads and conversion. Increment on sales. Improve awareness. Increase customer satisfaction. Stay ahead of the market. Upsell and cross-sell products. Retain customers. Acquire new customers. Promote a new product or service.. What are the core concepts of marketing? It is essential to understand what people want and what’s important to them as consumers. As a result, you will need to understand the core concepts of marketing. Let’s list some of the most significant ideas for marketing. Needs. Wants/demands. Products. Value. Cost. Satisfaction. Exchange/transaction. Relationships. Markets and marketeers. What are the main aims of marketing? If you want people to find and order your product or service, you have to understand the main aims of marketing. These are: The provision of superior customer value. The generation of above-average profits. What are the seven Ps of marketing? Consider the seven P's of marketing that is a cornerstone of marketing initiatives to improve your marketing initiatives. Product. Price. Place. Promotion. Packaging. Positioning. People. What is the difference between selling and marketing? Remember that people often buy services and products, without overthinking about the differences between sales and marketing. It’s essential to understand why and how these two activities are different. Selling is converting a product or service into a monetary return. Marketing involves learning how a product or service will meet the needs of a customer. Marketing activities include working on a product, price, place, promotion, packaging, positioning, and people. What is a marketing plan? A marketing plan is a detailed document that outlines the activities that the company will undertake. A marketing plan will detail the mission statement and quantifiable goals of the organization. It will list the products and services of the company, identify the target audience(s), highlight competitors, and explore sales and marketing strategies that will be employed. 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