Want to learn how to do your own marketing?

Marketing is not optional
 

It is as important to your business as sound financial management.
But it can sometimes be too big an ask of a small business to hire a marketing consultant, or employ staff.

 

So you have to do the marketing yourself.
You try a Facebook post here, a brochure there. Maybe an ad will work.
Or perhaps you should do a newsletter.  Aaagghh.

Are you using the right tools? Are you crafting the right messages?  

What marketing is RIGHT for your business?

Discover the marketing that will work for your businessin 2016 by joining The Woo Summer School

THE COURSE

WHY?

Learn exactly the right marketing for your business.  Take away the guess work and nail your strategic plan for 2016

WHO IS IT FOR?

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For people who are serious about  building a financial sustainable business

Check out the full 4 week course.  Everything you need to know and how to apply it to your business

Who is this course for?

ABOUT ME

Hi, I'm Bambi Gordon

Before leaping head first into small business I worked for 20 years in mass media marketing including roles as National Marketing Manager for the Ten Network, National Marketing Director for the BRW Group of Publications, Marketing Manager at Fox FM, and marketing manager at Olympic Park Melbourne, 3MP and promotion roles for the Herald & Weekly Times. My last gig as a corporate employee - and biggest event - was Crowded House on the Steps of the Opera House before I fell out of the corporate world, as so many do, into my own business in the late 90s; taking on marketing and promotions projects as diverse as centre mall touring tourism shows, the PR launch of the cute and fuzzy Furby and directing the marketing and fund raising for the passionate and loyal tribe of the South Sydney Rabbitohs during their two year fightback campaign vs News Ltd and the NRL.

In 2002 I joined forces with Greg Rowell and for over a decade we did marketing, ran a series of 100 business to business events running events, and developed our own projects. During that time (2006) we launched The Woo

I bring to your business empathy for being a small biz owner as I have lived the challenges of juggling limited resources whilst having to develop new skills. I share with you the experience I've gained over decades of real world best practice marketing, and drive you to learn how to strategically market your business into the future. After 15 years in small business I'm still excited by being in charge of my own destiny and especially not having to wear make-up every day. I enjoying yacking at people in groups & one-on-one, live and online, about how they can market their own business. Usually the first thing I says is: "Yes - That's my real name"