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Marketing 101 Bundle

Webinar 1: How to Craft an Effective Tagline | Recording

Webinar 2: Branding Basics for Nonprofits |
2:00pm to 3:00pm ET or 11:00am to 12:00pm PT
on  March 8.


Normally $138, you save 25% when you purchase both webinars together in this bundle for only $103.50!

In order to effectively promote or fundraise for your nonprofit, it's important to have a strong tagline and branding to build upon. We've recruited branding expert, Zach Hochstadt, to help you craft a compelling tagline and build a powerful brand in 2 hour-long webinars. In this 2 part series, you’ll learn:

Webinar 1: How to Craft an Effective Tagline 
-Recorded Session
  • The process of developing a new tagline
  • Understand what makes a strong tagline
  • Checklist for creating a compelling tagline
  • Writing dos and don'ts

Webinar 2: Branding Basics for Nonprofits 
-Live Session
  • Branding 101: What makes a great brand?
  • Best practices in the sector
  • How to start the branding conversation at your nonprofit organization
  • Exercises to determine what makes your organization unique

Can’t attend the live webinar? No problem—registration gets you access to both of the recordings!

You can register for individual webinars, or save 25% when you purchase them together with this bundle.

  • How to Craft an Effective Tagline, Recording
    Your tagline needs to work on your organization’s behalf 24/7 — especially because you can’t always explain to a new donor, volunteer, or beneficiary what you do and why. Learn how to develop an effective tagline that articulates what you're all about and what sets you apart from other nonprofits.

  • Branding Basics for Nonprofits, March 8
    Ever wonder what makes a nonprofit’s brand powerful? In this webinar, we’ll show you how to lead a branding process and exercises to articulate your brand’s most compelling attributes.

Intended audience:
Nonprofit leaders, fundraisers, marketing and communications staff, volunteers, and board members.

How it works:

Recorded Webinar-
Within one business day after registering for the session, you will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to log in and view the recorded webinar. Purchase includes unlimited access to view the recording for 2 months.

Live Webinar-
Within one business day after registering for the session, you will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to log in and participate in the live webinar. The live webinar will be recorded, and access to the recording provided for 2 months after the session.

Webinar fee entitles purchaser to one computer log-in which cannot be shared. In addition, no refunds, transfers or credits will be issued for missed sessions. 
Zach Hochstadt Instructor: Zach Hochstadt

Zach Hochstadt is a founding partner of Mission Minded, a branding firm that works exclusively with nonprofit organizations and foundations, and runs its Denver office. Zach is a branding and strategic communications expert with a gift for imagining and then translating organizational initiatives into creative solutions.

As a brand strategist, writer, trainer, and creative director, Zach has served more than 150 nonprofit organizations, including Levi Strauss Foundation, Center for Investigative Reporting, Western Resource Advocates, and Children’s Museum of Denver.

Proposal Writing Boot Camp

Join us for three days of immersion into the proposal writing process and discover how to craft a compelling proposal package.

Attendees will become familiar with the components of a competitive grant proposal and a well-organized budget, and develop a targeted list of foundation funding prospects.

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