We are so excited to tell you about our Cloud Marketing Bootcamp at HostingCon this month. The workshop is focused on helping hosting providers implement the right sales and marketing strategy to take business to the next level.
Total Product Marketing’s Dean Ara, Irene Powell, and Alisha Adams will host the event and cover:
- The difference between sales, marketing, and branding
- The 3 Ps: Product, Price, and Promotions
- How to differentiate in a competitive environment
- How to work with an existing marketing team
- How to leverage marketing to create new sales opportunities
The session takes place Wednesday, July 27th from 12:30pm to 4:30pm (session #Mktg100). Enjoy a special networking luncheon prior to this three-hour strategic session.
From the Blog
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