6th July 2021
Is your marketing on firm foundations?
A 90-minute Masterclass for business leaders to assess whether their marketing is supporting the long-term health of the business. This session uses the Flow Foundations from the best-selling Watertight Marketing book and includes a personal report on your marketing fitness.
To whom are you offering what?
First Flow Foundation: The Right Work – A healthy client mix is made up of those that serve both purpose and profit, ensuring your business is energised and resourced.
How will you support their decision?
Second Flow Foundation: Balanced Rhythm – A balanced marketing routine is one that has an effective tool or technique mapped to every step of a sales journey.
When and how often will you show up?
Third Flow Foundation: Baseline Rhythm – A commitment to marketing that is consistently delivered at intervals and pace matched to your market.
Why and with what goals?
Fourth Flow Foundation: Maintain Momentum – Maintaining enthusiasm is made possible by a compelling business vision that is translated into a clear plan.
Your Personal Report
You’ll be invited to undertake a 10-minute assessment live during the Masterclass. This will reveal where, and why, your marketing may not be delivering the long-term sustainable sales results that you’re after.
You will also receive a PDF copy of your results with a rundown of the key strategic projects to focus on to step things up in the year ahead, and beyond.
“Thanks Bryony. Really clear and informative session.”
“Highly motivating. Thank you so much for sharing your time.”
“Thank you for such a great thought provoking presentation once again.”
“Thanks Bryony, that was really thought provoking. Very inspirational.”
“It’s been a great use of my time today – so glad I heard about it this.”
“It does seem a wee bit like Everest at times…. but you break it down so well. Thanks”
Get your marketing on firm foundations.
Focus your efforts on what matters.
Achieve sustainable and scaleable sales results.
Small businesses matter.
Thriving small businesses are the results of countless hours of emotional and financial energy. Often the founders and directors have risked their mortgages, marriages, mental health, and more. When these people, and the leaders within their businesses, tell us that their marketing isn’t working as well as they want it to, we know it really matters.