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Cambridge Marketing College

New Introduction to Marketing and Digital Short Courses

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New Introduction to Marketing and Digital Short Courses

Booking is now open for our next Introduction to Marketing one day course in Bristol on 29 May or Cambridge on 29 June 2012. This provides an introduction to key marketing concepts and terminology as well as the practicalities of implementing a marketing plan. They are always popular so if you would like more information or to book a place click here.

We are also holding 5 new digital marketing short courses in Cambridge between 25 and 29 June 2012:
 

  • Digital Marketing Essentials
  • Digital Marketing Planning
  • Implementing Digital Campaigns
  • Web Analytics
  • Mobile Marketing

 Dowload more information and an application form here.

- Melissa Nixon

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We are running a free workshop: How is Marketing Changing? on 20 November in Cambridge for managers who want to know how to keep up with today's fast changing world and its impact on Marketing.  We have created a new set of tools based on the CIM’s new Professional Marketing Standards to help you assess whether your team is fit and focused for the future. To find out more and book a place click on the title above.

 

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