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    Webinar- NAA Marketing Clinic

    Start date: 18/03/2021
    Cost: Free to attend

     

    No matter what the industry specialism, the size of company or the number of years trading, there is a common challenge that unites most organisations and that is how to get visibility in the marketplace and to cut through the fog that today’s communications platforms can create.

    In this one-hour session, we will hear from our panel of experts, Paul Clarke, Paul Limb and Rob Hallam who will give us an insight into their particular areas of expertise, including marketing systems; websites; communication; videos, social media and strategy – The panel will also be on-hand to answer any questions you may have about how to shape the right messages for your business and vitally, how to get those messages to your audience.

     

    Paul Clarke  

    Paul Clarke is Managing Director of Automotive Comms, and Founder and Editor of Green Car Guide. Automotive Comms delivers marketing and communication support in the automotive industry, specialising in the electric vehicle sector. Paul has worked with the NAA since 2011, producing the monthly newsletter, as well as directing communication for NAA projects and for many NAA member companies. Paul also runs the website Green Car Guide, founded 15 years ago, in which capacity Paul reviews one of the latest electric vehicles every week for the site, as well as providing written reviews to accompany Robert Llewellyn’s EV video reviews on Fully Charged (yes, the Robert Llewellyn with 113 million views on YouTube and 162,000 Twitter followers!).

    Paul Limb

    Paul has been involved in coaching for over 30 years, initially in high pressure sports as a skydiving instructor and formation skydiving coach. His business career has been in marketing and sales working with small family owned companies up to Fortune 500 global corporates. More recently he co-owned and was Managing Director of a successful SME in Bolton before becoming founder and Head Coach of Lancashire Business Growth Ltd, and a Senior Partner at ActionCOACH. As a Certified Business Coach, ValueBuilder Advisor and certified DISC Practitioner, Paul helps business owners to build better businesses, to make more profit and to build great teams to run the business for them, so the owners have more time to do the really important things in life. Away from business Paul is a qualified Private Pilot and is keen to point out to his passengers that he usually stays in the aircraft rather than jumping out nowadays.

    Rob Hallam

    Rob is Managing Director of Bigtank Video Productions Ltd and has been involved in the media industry for more than 20 years. After cutting his teeth in the Newsrooms of ITV, he worked up the production ladder before setting up Bigtank productions in 2005. Bigtank now has an established client base including brands such as Mercedes Benz Trucks, Stephenson’s Lawyers, Polyflor and Frank Recruitment Group. Bigtank’s work is a combination of matching superb filmed and animated content with powerful stories that create engagement, impact and growth.

    Rob would say he has the best job in the world at Bigtank – lots of travel (Bigtank has filmed all over Europe, the US, Canada, Japan, Russia and Mongolia) but also a strong customer base in their home county of Lancashire. ‘Best of all we get to work with fantastic individuals and companies in telling their stories and importantly, making sure those stories are heard and their businesses grow.’

     

    Webinar Provider: ActionCOACH; Automotive Comms; Bigtank Video Productions

    Webinar Date: Thursday, 18th March

    Webinar Time: 11-12

     

    To register for this webinar, contact Zoe (zoe@northernautoalliance.com)

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