International Brands Will Savage Australian Businesses

27 November 2018

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The City of Melville and Melville Cockburn Chamber of Commerce bring you this exciting and important workshop.

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Join renowned speaker Dr John Carlson for this important workshop and learn about the likely impacts on your business of:

  • The decline in traditional marketing
  • The limitations of digital marketing
  • The impact of international brands
  • The impact of online shopping
  • The trend towards services

Discover strategies to address these problems and learn how to leverage these opportunities.

About the Speaker

Dr John Carlson has worked with organisations, large and small, government and non-government, private and public, profit and not for profit, across Australia for over 25 years, developing and implementing a well-researched strategy. Well known for his critical, objective and lateral thinking – testing of assumptions, questioning of traditional logic and intuition – John is well known as an advisor writer and public speaker.

Event Information

Hosted by

City of Melville and Melville-Cockburn Chamber of Commerce.

Time9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Cost

$25 for MCCC members

$29 Non MCCC member

Morning tea included

Contact Details

9382 0245

Joanna.Arbel@melville.wa.gov.au

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Location

City of Melville Civic Centre,
Level 2, Conference Room
10 Almondbury Road
Booragoon Get Directions

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