Posted March 05, 2018 11:37:10A business can launch a marketing company with a single marketing course, according to new research.
The study found a business can attract more than 500 people with a 10-day course from an accredited marketing association.
However, those people could be turned away due to lack of interest in the course.
“We found that there’s a small but significant number of people who are interested in this type of marketing course but aren’t looking for a course,” said study co-author and business lecturer at Melbourne’s Monash University, Professor Tim O’Brien.
“So, if they are looking for an accredited course, then they should look elsewhere.”
In the research, Professor O’Brian asked 1,500 businesses to sign up for marketing course courses that had the objective of connecting with consumers, including those with a specific market need, such as those who have a disability or a health condition.
In total, more than 1,000 businesses were surveyed.
More than half the businesses were from Australia and the US, while more than one in four were from the UK.
The majority of businesses in the study were from small businesses, small business start-ups and businesses that didn’t have a head office.
“If you have a start-up that’s a start up that’s focused on developing a service that you can provide to your customers, then you may not be able to attract people,” Professor O”Brien said.
The study looked at marketing courses from accredited marketing associations such as AIMS, APAC or the International Association of Marketing and Communications (IAMCS). “
It is the way to do it.”
The study looked at marketing courses from accredited marketing associations such as AIMS, APAC or the International Association of Marketing and Communications (IAMCS).
The average course cost from $1,500 to $1.6 million, with an average of $7,500 for an individual course.
The most common way to start a marketing business was through an online course, followed by an in-person course.