Want to stay up to date with your marketing skills?  Don't have much time or money to spare? Located in a non CBD location? 

AMI offers its community the chance to be part of on-the-go learning with our Webinars. Lunch-break based, webinars allow attendees to participate from their home, office or anywhere in the world. We regularly have world class presenters and a variety of topics to assist in your professional development. All AMI Webinars are FREE for AMI members. Join as an AMI member today to access our monthly webinars.

Upcoming webinars

    • 17 September 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • online
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    Harnessing the power of the 'selfie style' video on Linkedin

    This webinar focuses on Linkedin and how businesses should approach video production planning as part of their strategy and marketing mix for this powerful business platform.  It will then cover the techniques to master from soft skills like preparation and camera confidence to the technicalities of using a smart phone's video function and 3rd party tools to help create engaging and good quality video content.

    Key Learnings

    • Before you start producing - create a video content plan.
    • Soft Skills - preparation and camera confidence.
    • Principles of video production - composition to lighting
    • Technicalities and workflow. The hardware, to getting your video content out there.

      About the Presenter:

      John Leonard

      Founder of UVideo & Spotlight Productions

      John Leonard has been producing video content for businesses for over 10 years now. But it was not until recently that he turned the camera on himself.  With the rapid rise of video consumption on social media platforms, mastering the selfie style social media video has never been more important and never been such a powerful tool for business - if done right.

      Please note: AMI Webinars are FREE for all, but only members will have access to the recording in the AMI Content Library.

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      • 01 October 2019
      • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
      • online
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      Doing More with Less - how strategic, creative and innovative thinking can yield you greater bang for your marketing buck

      No one understands how to do more, with less better than small businesses. Marketing budgets are often minuscule or almost non-existent and the competition in the market-place can be fierce. This webinar explores how using creative thinking and innovative approaches to problem-solving can achieve big results on tiny budgets.

      Key Learnings

      • Explore strategic, innovative and creative ways to approach marketing challenges
      • How to create impactful marketing campaigns on small budgets
      • How to leverage your people to spread your message further
      • How to engage your community in the journey to your businesses success


          About the Presenter:

          Jane Hillsdon

          Managing Director, Dragonfly Marketing

          Jane Hillsdon is the Managing Director of Dragonfly Marketing, a marketing agency that specialises in developing lateral and innovative marketing campaigns for small business. Jane works closely with her clients to ensure their marketing solutions yield results by developing a sound marketing strategy and helping implement all of their online and offline marketing tactics. Jane's expertise lies in social media marketing, Email Direct Mail (EDM), website development and maintenance, Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), publicity, print advertising, event management, branding & development of corporate collateral and market / consumer research. 

          Please note: AMI Webinars are FREE for all, but only members will have access to the recording in the AMI Content Library.

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