April 2022 Breakfast: Melanie Grevis-James
26 April @ 6:45 am - 8:30 am$37.50 – $47.50
Join us for breakfast
The Hills and Districts Chamber of Commerce Inc exists to support its members to achieve profitable and sustainable businesses and effective not-for-profit organisations.
- through networking, information exchange and education;
- through developing apolitical, positive relationships and communications with all levels of government;
- by contributing to the wider social, health and well-being of our community.
Our speaker for this month is Melanie Grevis-James, speaking on:
Content is Still King in 2022
Melanie is professional marketer and chamber member Melanie Grevis-James from Planet Marketing. If you’re wanting to get your marketing and content working better for you in 2022, this is an event not to be missed.
As a Certified Practicing Marketer and 30 years’ experience, Melanie knows her stuff and will explain the different types of marketing content, what works where, and some tips on how to come up with suitable content ideas and topics for your business.
Melanie will be presenting about the importance of content marketing – yes, content is still king in 2022! Every business needs content to communicate with their audience or clients – no matter what your business offers, or your business size or budget. The trick is determining the right content for your business.
At this meeting you will learn:
- The importance of content marketing – to all businesses
- How to identify content opportunities and topics for your business
- The different types of content and their purposes
- How to start creating your own Content Marketing Plan
Melanie Grevis-James – Biography:
With over 30 years marketing experience, Melanie Grevis-James has had an extensive career within Australia and overseas.
Since 2001 Melanie has had her own marketing consulting business in Brisbane, now called Planet Marketing. She provides a wide range of marketing services to numerous clients across many different industries. She has assisted membership-based associations, regional councils, small-medium sized businesses, and NFP’s.