9th May 2018: 9:00 to 12:00


Describe Yourself Workshop

Tickets: £80 Non Members, £40 Members
Do you ever have difficulty getting your message across? Clear communication is crucial for winning customers, funding and investment.
At this workshop we’ll walk you through the process of identifying your core business message. We'll help you work out what you need to communicate, how you can get it across and whom you should be speaking to.
Who should attend?

Any organisation can benefit from improving their communications. Start-ups, established businesses and marketing professionals will all find this workshop valuable.

Session Overview

You will gain an insight into why communication matters, and how it can affect the performance of your business. We’ll consider key concepts such as message, audience, media, content and strategy.
Throughout the workshop you’ll be encouraged to apply these ideas to your business and the specific communications challenges you face. You will have opportunities to identify and refine your business message, analyse your target audience, and consider how you might reach them more effectively.
You’ll come away with a clearer message, a better understanding of your audience, and concrete steps you can take to improve your business communications.

About the facilitator

Daniel Roe
CEO, Concision 
Daniel heads up Concision, a communications consultancy based in Durham. Concision helps businesses communicate more effectively with their audience by providing strategic message consultancy, branding, content, web development and design services. Since starting up in 2015, Concision has grown to a team of nine, supported by a network of trusted professionals.

Daniel read law at Balliol College, Oxford, and subsequently theology. He enjoys public speaking, and his previous talks have included ‘How concision might save your life.’ In his spare time he enjoys good coffee, cycling and kayaking.

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