Webinar

How to find the right customers for your business

29 April 2021

To be a successful business owner it's essential to know who your customer is.
Why? Because when you know your customer inside and out, you can ensure every decision you make in your business is for them. 

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In this session with the Entrepreneurship Facilitator Service we discuss one of the most common mistakes business owners make – assuming everyone will need their product or service. Trying to market to everyone leaves you marketing to no one. Nothing will stick or connect to create drive for that person to buy from you. Gain valuable insights from experienced business coach Ashley Hayden to find the right customer for your business. 
 

During the session we outline:

  • Who is really your customer
  • How to have a marketing plan fall into your lap, by knowing your customer
  • Why would a customer deal with you?

A transcript of the session will be available.

Ashley Hayden

Ashley Hayden

Entrepreneurship Facilitator (Packenham, VIC) | Business Australia

Ashley is a business consultant and small business coach with over 25 years of experience in corporate marketing, executive management and small business ownership. He has helped hundreds of business owners, executives and managers with marketing strategy, business advice and workshop facilitation.

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