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DCN Webinar: Construction Marketing Ideas Contact Design and Construction Network for event and ticket information.

DCN Webinar: Construction Marketing Ideas

Thursday, July 08, 2010 from 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM (ET)

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Registration with FREE Construction Marketing Ideas book (value $39.95) 1d 10h 13m $129.00 $8.08

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Event Details

Construction Marketing Ideas:

Do you know three simple, effective and inexpensive strategies to improve your marketing and business development success in the AEC marketplace?

Can you discover the successful marketing methods used by 74% of AEC businesses/practices?  When and how should you implement the approaches used by the remaining 26%?

Mark Buckshon, author of Construction Marketing ideas:  Practical strategies and resources and resources to attract and retain profitable clients for your architectural, engineering or construction business, believes you can succeed by:

1.  Recognizing the value of your current and existing relationships and doing everything you can to enhance your client experience;

2.  Appreciating how to build your business by capturing your strengths and doing what you love doing;

3.  Connecting these two elements with the appropriate marketing and business development strategies in a systematized and thoughtful process, especially through relevant associations and relationships.

Webinar registrants in the U.S. and Canada registering by June 30, will receive a free copy of Construction Marketing Ideas:  Practical strategies and resources to attract and retain profitable clients for your architectural, engineering or construction business (value $39.95).

About the Speaker:

Mark Buckson the webinar presenter is responsible for The Design and Construction Report Magazine and also publishes several regional construction industry newspapers and websites.  Most of his company’s revenue is from advertising-sponsored special editorial features but in his book and presentations, he advocates the use of advertising only with caution and careful thought.

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