January Teleconferences Enable Business and Nonprofit Execs to Up Their Cause Marketing Knowledge
Jan 13, 2011 8:00 AM ET
The Cause Marketing Forum is proud to kick off 2011 with a pair outstanding distance learning programs: “The Cause Marketing 101 Series” beginning January 19 and “Breakthrough Nonprofit Branding” featuring Carol Cone on January 25.Cause Marketing 101 If you’re a business or nonprofit professional who wants a solid grounding in cause marketing strategy and tactics, be sure to register for this three-part series led by Mollye Rhea, president of For Momentum and former group vice president, strategic marketing alliances for the Arthritis Foundation. Choose your track: Cause Marketing 101 for Nonprofits and Cause Marketing 101 for Business. If you’re new to cause marketing or need to get your team members up to speed in a hurry, this introductory course is full of tips, research and case studies you'll refer to again and again, as well as an online study guide. Registration Fee: $295 for individual access $495 for group access (up to 3 people). Cause Marketing Forum members enjoy a 10% discount for this special series. Course dates: 1/19, 1/26 and 2/2 Breakthrough Nonprofit Branding Part of the Cause Marketing Masters Series Nonprofits that build compelling brands enjoy enduring competitive advantages and strengths that can benefit the people they serve and their corporate allies. Join us as co-authors Carol Cone and Jocelyne Daw share insights from their recently published book "Breakthrough Nonprofit Branding" with a focus on how to build mutually beneficial alliances. Learn more about Breakthrough Nonprofit Branding. Registration Fee: FREE to Cause Marketing Forum members; $99 for non-members Course Date: 1/25/2011 For more information, contact email@example.com Check out other upcoming Teleconferences or browse our archive of recorded Teleconferences, available on demand. Want to stay up to speed on all things cause marketing? Be sure to visit our newly redesigned website, join our LinkedIn Group and follow us on Twitter.