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Overview

For most marketers, brands represent the organisation’s most important assets, key value drivers and determinants of success. It’s surprising, therefore, how few organisations have a formal and systematic programme of metrics and analytics, allowing them to assess brand performance and establish the link between brand, marketing and organisational performance. This workshop is designed to help achieve just that.

Who should attend?

This workshop is designed for people who understand the critical importance of measuring the impact of their brand investments on brand performance, with a view to improving customer experience, engagement and willingness to recommend.

It will be particularly useful for people working in organisations where brand investment is in the spotlight, or under threat, as well as those wanting to create a new brand dashboard or scorecard and/or wanting to explore brand and market modelling.

Learning outcomes

  • Create metrics-oriented brand/marketing plans.
  • Undertake market research to establish brand positioning and track performance.
  • Conduct a comprehensive ‘brand audit’.
  • Design appropriate brand and related marketing metrics (using take-away template).
  • Avoid common metric design, implementation and management pitfalls.
  • Create and integrate new digital and/or social media brand metrics, eg. omni-channel ‘engagement’, social media ‘sentiment’…
  • Create a ‘Brand Dashboard/Scorecard’.
  • Establish links between brand, marketing activities, organisational performance and results, using both traditional and ‘state-of-the-art’ brand metrics and analytics.
  • Determine brand value (including ISO10668 standard).
  • Justify (attract additional/defend existing) brand investment and budget.

Pricing

Non-Residential: £595
Member Non-Residential: £536
* Prices shown are exclusive of VAT. Prices include tuition, course materials and full board accommodation on residential courses.

Course Dates

Start Date End Date Location
10 Apr 2018 10 Apr 2018 London
12 Oct 2018 12 Oct 2018 London

Course Director

Tony Rowe

In 1999, Tony Rowe was instrumental in creating a travel technology ‘dot.com’ and floating it on the London Stock Exchange (AIM). After 18 months as Marketing Director, he left to engage his previous passion in training and consultancy which he still does to this day, having created some of CIM’s earliest and most popular digital marketing workshops.

The CIM Experience

  • Expert trainers - Passionate specialists who keep up to date with the latest trends in their field.
  • Quality delivery -  Trainers are assessed annually on the quality of their delivery and delegate engagement.
  • Practical training methods - Theory and practical based training to take back to the office.
  • Small class sizes - No more than 15 people to ensure you get the most from our trainers.
  • Wide breadth of topics - Marketers should understand marketing as a whole, not just digital.
  • 3 learning levels - Introductory, Advanced and Masterclass.

Enquire

Is this course right for me? To speak to one of our Learning Advisors, call us on +44 (0)1628 427360 or complete the form below.