I am excited that you are ready to take action, dispel those myths and work towards getting corporate sponsorship! Truth is, corporations do want to partner with you and I will teach how to position yourself, speak their language and more; step-by-step.
Being effective with your communication with corporations is important. One of the ways we speak to corporations and our customers in general is through our marketing message. In Monday's post I suggested that you ask yourself the question "What exactly is my company’s message or reason for my project?” Let me expand on that a bit. Your marketing message will tell people, your customers and corporations, what it is that your business does; what you offer. Lets say you make body cream for children, your marketing should tell your target audience the price, why skin care is great for children, the ingredients, etc. Communicating your inspiration to corporations and your clients is one way to position yourself for achieving business success. Here is a key: After you have asked yourself the question, "What exactly is my company's message...?" try finding the intersection between what your company does and its real mission. What inspires you is Motivating... share it! I will share mine with you in a minute.
Last night while watching X-factor, a critique of Chris Renee's performance was "You might not have the best vocals, but you believe... so I believe...we believe!" that can be applied to everything we do, believe in your business, show your passion, believe in your mission and others will too...
My company's mission of Creating a Virtuous Circle of Inspiration and Growth for Women Business Owners Globally is true to what I believe. I have an abundant mind and believe that there is more than enough for each of us and that we can all have, do and be what we want. We can all be successful. Through MACsWomen, I offer you Creativity Over Competition™
Now, it's your turn... What is your message?....Why You?
If you have questions or need support with uncovering your company's message, kindly send an email to me at email@example.com