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9Dec
marketing challenge pitchMarketing Challenge: Could You Become Pitch Perfect?

Marketing Challenge: Could You Become Pitch Perfect?

At our Marketing Challenge Breakfast events, we focus on real life marketing issues and use the actual problems that our attendees face as the basis for problem-solving discussions.

At our most recent event, held at The St James’s Club, in central Manchester, our guests had a lively, roundtable discussion looking at how to re-position an events and destination management company.

Why focus on one business’ issues?

Because, by looking at what kinds of issues are involved, and with the help of our marketing partners, we can help shed a light on various aspects of business and marketing strategies.

Making it real makes it more immediate, and accessible, for our attendees.

 

Our Marketing Challenge events are multi-faceted, not only looking at one business as a case study and discussing possible solutions, but also involving everyone attending looking at how they present their own business offering

 

Striking the Right Pitch

Another major aspect to the Marketing Challenge event is encouraging attendees to think differently about how they market themselves, and even what marketing means.

For example, what do you understand content marketing to mean?  Is it restricted to material you publish or broadcast online or in print, or can it encompass your own, personal business interactions?

What about when you pitch yourself to others? How can you stand out from the crowd?

Our answer: storytelling.

 

We encourage attendees to look at different ways of talking about or introducing themselves and their business; to focus not on job titles, or overused ways of describing their service or product but using a story about the value they bring to their customers

 

What challenge did the customer face? What was the result of your help? How did this impact their business?

The idea is to boil this down to something very concise, little more than a strapline, that can hook listeners in.

When we ask our event guests to perfect their own individual story as a pitching device, we’re really asking them to create and draw on their own content, as a valuable, personal marketing resource.

 

Are You Pitch Perfect?

Our Marketing Challenge events focus on how both business and marketing strategies can work in real situations. It’s not cold and theoretical. Ultimately, it’s about people coming together to learn from each other.

If you want to attend a future Marketing Challenge event, please contact us.

Read more about our recent Marketing Challenge event by visiting Marketing Challenge Event Champions Differentiation

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28Jun
communication: david lomas & johnny mharHow Does M3 Plan To Help Businesses With Communication?

How Does M3 Plan To Help Businesses With Communication?

We understand how crucial it is to reach out and connect with audiences. We also know that this is made more effective if it involves more than one channel of communication. We have a portfolio of digital magazines containing expert opinion on matters.  These include HR, recruitment and leadership, property, construction and finance, exporting and international trade.

We also host our popular, invitation-only, Connections Events, in association with Royal Bank of Scotland (Future Williams & Glynn).  These events provide opportunities for us to strategically connect local business owners and leaders together.

Now we want to enhance how we help businesses engage with their customers by creating our very own media centre in the heart of Manchester.

The Ideal Location

Our new Manchester city centre postcode is, naturally M3, at Via Offices’ serviced business centre, Halifax House, on Deansgate, which provides specialised business accommodation and communications.

Via Offices is part of Via Group, who also provide IT and telecoms solutions.  Via Group’s CEO, Johnny Mhar, sees us, in turn, as being right for Halifax House.

“Our approach is very much in sync with how M3 goes about helping local businesses develop.  Via Group provides the physical means for businesses to operate at a level that is right for them. M3, meanwhile, helps them communicate with their intended audience and expand their customer-base

Johnny Mhar, Via Group

We feel that working with Via Group is the right fit for us, because we share their enthusiasm for helping businesses grow. Being in Halifax House puts us in the heart of a dynamic city and its business culture, which is where we feel we belong.

Opportunity and Expansion

The move is all about us improving our service and preparing for positive future developments.  M3 Media Centre will provide a base for our expanded creative and administrative team.  It will also give us the opportunity to provide on-site support, guidance and resources to our business clients and the Greater Manchester community. We are also planning seminars, to assist businesses to understand how communication and storytelling can benefit them.

Our aim is to ensure that business communications are seen and heard via the channels that will connect with their targeted audiences.

If you would like to discover more about how the Media Centre can help you to communicate your stories to your audience, please call 08450 519 374.  Alternatively, you can fill in your details below and our team will contact you.

David Lomas
M3 Media Publishing

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