By October 3: Last Chance to Participate in Survey about the Marketing of Training Programs, Products, and Services

Training and Development Colleagues.

If you have not yet participated, you can still participate in the Training magazine survey of the ways that training and development professionals promote their programs, services, and products.

Our survey is open until October 3, 2017.

The results provide practical insights for internal and external training professionals who want to effective promote their programs, products, and services.

So whether you work internally or externally, if you are interested in participating in the study, please visit this link before the survey closes:

https://survey.concordia.ca/limesurvey/index.php/838924?lang=en

By October 3. Participate in Survey about Marketing Practices in Training

Training and Development Colleagues.

Last week, you might have noticed my invitation to participate in Training Magazine’s survey of the ways that training and development professionals working both internally and externally promote their programs, services, and products.

The results provide practical insights for internal and external training professionals who want to effective promote their programs, products, and services.

Whether you work internally or externally, if you are interested in participating in the study, please visit this link:

https://survey.concordia.ca/limesurvey/index.php/838924?lang=en

The survey will remain open through October 3, 2017.

I hope that you will visit the link and participate in this survey.

By October 3: Participate in Survey of Marketing Practices in Training

Training and Development Colleagues.

Whether you work internally or externally, promoting the programs, services, and products prepared by your organization plays a role in its success.

But how do training and development professionals actually promote—or market—their programs, products, and services? Do they still publish catalogs and schedules? What role does social media play? How about personal contacts and relationships?

Because no one has studied this issue since the 1990s (that is, a time before email), Training Magazine is conducting a study. We seek participation from all training and development professionals—whether you work internally or externally, as people working in both situations have to make others aware of their offerings.

If you are interested in participating in the study, please visit this link:

https://survey.concordia.ca/limesurvey/index.php/838924?lang=en

The survey will remain open through October 3, 2017.

I hope that you will visit the link and participate in this survey.

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