Better Mousetrap Marketing hosts Tuesday event

Better Mousetrap Marketing is offering businesses and organizations an opportunity to explore new ways to market their business.

Better Mousetrap Marketing in Courtenay is offering local businesses and organizations an opportunity to explore new ways to market their business at a Marketing Professional Development Event on April 23.

The event offers a limited number of pre-scheduled appointment times throughout the day, where participants can book a one-hour, no cost, one-on-one marketing consultation.

Businesses interested in participating can call Better Mousetrap Marketing to book their appointment time, and choose from topics such as brand development, logo design, mobile apps, internet advertising, social media strategies, web development, and promotional collateral, public relations, finding the voice of your business, blogging, marketing plans, or tracking ROI.

“This is a great opportunity for business owners to get free information that will benefit their business, talk to professional marketers, and have the chance to discuss the topics that matter most to them,” says Better Mousetrap owner Lisa Henderson.

“Anyone who wants to attend just needs to give us a call so we can book their appointment time. The members of our staff have extensive experience in particular marketing applications, so this approach allows us to match a person’s interest to the staff member best able to answer their questions.”

Better Mousetrap Marketing was founded in 2010 from a business partnership between Henderson and Jason Clayton, both previous owners in a marketing and print company. The company has been working with businesses and organizations on Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland in a variety of industries from large tourism-related projects to company branding and marketing strategies.

“There are lots of great networking groups and events that local business owners can attend,” adds Clayton. “Our goal with this event is to offer business owners practical marketing information that they can either implement themselves or choose to hire for professionally.”

To attend the Marketing Pro D event and book your appointment time, call Lisa Henderson at 250-871-8727.

— Better Mousetrap Marketing

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