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We are redefining marketing – hear us speak at two upcoming events

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Our vision is to redefine marketing and we do this by delivering measurable and accountable marketing outcomes through the Syneka Marketing Performance Methodology .
Throughout June we will be presenting at several key events to highlight the role of marketing and the need for marketing to step up and deliver outcomes that reinforce organisational goals.

Webinar: Redefining Your Marketing – how you can measure and improve your returns and performance

On Wednesday the 8th of June we will be hosting Redefining Your Marketing – how you can measure and improve your returns and performance, a feature webinar hosted by ProBono Australia.

Not-for-profit organisations are facing immense pressure to become market responsive and yet marketing remains widely misunderstood in the not-for-profit sector.
This one hour webinar will assist not-for-profit organisations in developing a strategic approach to marketing. We will explore the sequencing and touchpoints required to enhance the stakeholder experience and explore the framework required to instill effective marketing governance and accountabilities.

Attend this session to ensure an alignment between marketing outcomes and organisational goals and generate a positive return from marketing resources.

Register through EventBrite to attend this session for Wednesday the 8th of June at 2pm. Pricing is $55 for individuals and $300 for organisations (with unlimited staff access).

The Business Seesaw at the Melbourne Brekkie Club

On Thursday the 9th of June we will be presenting at the Very Melbourne Brekkie Club, through the Melbourne Business Network in a collaboration with Paul Ostaff, from our management consulting partner, Reignite Consulting.

Join us as we discuss the Business Seesaw, as we explore the infrastructure required for businesses to build their operational and marketing capacity. Many businesses struggle to balance the need for business growth through marketing and service. Reignite Consulting and Syneka Marketing will be outlining our framework for businesses to achieve operational and marketing excellence.

Details and registration is available via EventBrite and is open to members of the Melbourne Business Network.

Big Data and Innovation: Upcoming events from the Australian Marketing Institute

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The new year has been begun, and the Victorian State Advisory Committee is hosting two events in February and March to explore the outcomes created through big data and to anticipate the next wave of marketing innovation.

Big data: Turning buzzwords into business outcomes

Begin in February with the practical tools and take home tips surrounding the current buzz topic, big data, courtesy of our special guest speakers Kieran Hagan, IBM (Big Data Technical Sales Manager for Australia and New Zealand), and Dr Con Menictas, Qantas (Senior Statistician at Qantas and Qantas Loyalty).

We have all heard of big data and know we should be using it, but how do we do it?

Date: Thursday 26 February 2015
Time: 7.30am for 7.45am-9.00am
Price: $75 for members, $95 for non-members (as an individual event)

Location: The Hotel Windsor, Bourke Room, Spring Street Melbourne

Break out of the box with Cyriel Kortleven

In March explore the future with a mind-expanding interactive session with international keynote speaker, Cyriel Kortleven. Discover what’s inside the box and how to break out of it. Learn creative skills to survive the idea killers and give yourself a creative boost so you can break your own fixed thinking patterns.

Cyriel has over 14 years’ experience working within the domain of creativity and innovation. He is also author of four books, most recently Less is Beautiful – 69 stories of how ‘less’ succeeds in business growth.

Date: Thursday 5 March 2015
Time: 7.30am for 8.00am-9.30am
Price: $95 (as an individual event)

Location: National Australia Bank, 700 Bourke Street, Docklands

Attend both events for the special price of $150, RSVP by Wednesday 18th February. Contact the AMI on events@ami.org.au to secure your attendance.

Becoming a Membership Master

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Membership Mastery for Professionals, is a workshop organised in partnership between Membership Growth and Syneka Marketing. Natalia and I, joined Kevin Cahalane from Membership Growth, to deliver the full-day workshop.

Membership Mastery for Professionals, guides participants through marketing principles, to develop strategies that improve the retention and recruitment of members. The session includes a workbook, enabling attendees to identify their key objectives, as well as articulate the value that their organisation can offer members.

Alex discussing marketing strategies for not-for-profit organisations

Alex discussing marketing strategies for not-for-profit organisations

Identifying your organisation’s value proposition is required to develop key messages that appeal to prospective members. These key messages need to be consistent across all forms of communication

Furthermore, it is important to use the right communication tools to reach prospective and current members. A combination of approaches will often be required to encourage results, hence each communication method should reinforce the call to action and key messages.

An organisation needs to not only recruit members, but also retain them to ensure ongoing growth. First year members are often at the highest risk of non-renewals, followed by those in their second year. Specific processes should be developed to foster connections with these members, such as highlighting upcoming events and other initiatives. The workshop outlined a number of actions that organisations should develop to foster these connections and to encourage ongoing renewals.

Today’s workshop also included a new session on creative design and copywriting for not-for-profit organisations. Natalia guided participants on the marketing and communications tools that are available, as well as the design and textual elements that should be considered.

Organisations are increasingly introducing memberships to establish ongoing support and to create independent sources of income. Fostering a strong and active membership, requires strategies and actions that deliver value and foster ongoing engagement.

Natalia discussing creative design and copywriting for not-for-profit organisations

Natalia discussing creative design and copywriting for not-for-profit organisations

The Rotary Club of Fern Tree Gully Website

The Rotary Club of Fern Tree Gully Website

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The Rotary Club of Fern Tree Gully is the latest Rotary Club in District 9810 to develop a website with the aim of promoting the Club’s activities and encouraging new membership.

Rotary is a service Club, which utilises the skills of its members to deliver projects to the community. As part of my involvement in Rotary I prepared the design for District 9810, which covers Melbourne’s eastern and south-eastern suburbs.

The template was designed to provide a consistent and unified image for Rotary while also enabling individual clubs to adapt the appearance to their own individual needs. Currently District 9810, as well as the Rotary Clubs of Warrandyte Donvale, Montrose and District and Ringwood utilise this template.

The Rotary Club of Fern Tree Gully Website

The Rotary Club of Fern Tree Gully Website

The Rotary Club of Fern Tree Gully now joins these Clubs in utilising the District 9810 template, while also ensuring that the website meets their own individual needs. For example, the Rotary Club of Fern Tree Gully is designed with a green colouring scheme to reflect the Club’s logo and surrounds.

In addition, the site has been designed to incorporate photo albums of Club activities, as well as a member-only area to distribute internal information. Club Bulletins will be archived through the website and upcoming events and club meetings are available through a calendar.

The Rotary Club of Fern Tree Gully highlights how individual Clubs can maintain their individual identities and needs while still maintaining a consistent Rotary image. The Rotary Club of Fern Tree Gully website is available at www.ferntreegullyrotary.org.au.