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The Chartered Institute of Marketing

Marketing Metrics: Measuring Marketing Performance

Nov 25—26, 2019
2 days
London, United Kingdom
GBP 1250 ≈USD 1558
GBP 625 per day
Feb 4—5, 2020
2 days
London, United Kingdom
GBP 1250 ≈USD 1558
GBP 625 per day
Apr 28—29, 2020
2 days
London, United Kingdom
GBP 1250 ≈USD 1558
GBP 625 per day

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Description

Given the importance of ‘the numbers’ for organisations – both commercial and not-for-profit – there’s never been a greater need for accountable marketing. This course will help you develop a more quantitative approach to the development, implementation and evaluation of your marketing plans and associated activities, using appropriate metrics to assess both the efficiency and effectiveness of both strategies and tactics.

Learning outcomes

  • Design appropriate marketing metrics, with relevant formulae.
  • How to calculate ROI/ROMI (Return on Marketing Investment).
  • Establish links (statistical) between market activities, performance and results.
  • Determine what works and what doesn’t, and allocate your marketing budget accordingly, ie ‘marketing optimisation’.
  • Develop marketing plans with the emphasis on implementation, evaluation and feedback.
  • Measure the efficiency and effectiveness of strategic (customer) and tactical marketing (mix) activities – including digital/social media metrics and analytics.
  • Create a ‘Marketing Dashboard’ or ‘Scorecard’ to focus effort and assess both effectiveness and ROI.
  • Ensure that marketing is seen as accountable and adding value, if not pivotal to helping the organisation achieve its objectives.

Who should attend

This workshop has been designed for people who understand the critical importance of measuring and evaluating their marketing activities and expenditure, and are ready to invest some time and brainpower in developing a metrics-oriented approach to doing the best they can with the resources they’ve got, and who want to prove that their marketing actually works!

Experts

A marketing and information technology consultant, Tony Rowe explores many avenues including educating and training. He started his marketing career within B2B (mechanical, electrical and electronic engineering) and services marketing (especially professional services) environments. Tony has h...