Learn how to respond to Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and Expressions of Interest (EOIs) and to generate a higher-quality response that gives you a better chance of winning the contract.
Happy Valley-Goose Bay Monday, March 31, 2014
Labrador West (Wabush) Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Clarenville Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Gander Thursday, April 10, 2014
St. John's Monday, April 14, 2014
Corner Brook Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Delivered through the support of Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency.
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Digital and social media are not just marketing tools, they have become essential components of many departments within organizations including Public Relations, Human Resources, Customer Service, Competitive Intelligence and more. This evolution is digital and social media is matched by the evolution of the ‘Digital Marketing Program’ into the ‘Digital and Social Media Program’.
To date, over 500 participants have completed over 2500 modules at locations throughout North America. Our newly redesigned program has an intensified focus on strategy and tactics, and on helping organizations discover how to use digital and social media to enhance their goals and objectives.
In addition to new multi-day seminars, the Digital and Social Media Program now features one-day seminars focused in particular industries and/or professions, providing training and guidance specific to those areas.
You are able to complete the Digital and Social Media Program either at one of our partner training locations throughout North America; the Gardiner Centre at Memorial University of Newfoundland (St. John’s, Newfoundland Canada), Sprott School of Business at Carleton University (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada), Opus College of Business Executive Education at University of St. Thomas (Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA), and Edward’s School of Business Executive Education at the University of Saskatchewan (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada).
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We create, build and maintain relationships between Memorial University’s Faculty of Business Administration and the community it serves. Through training, events or solutions, the Gardiner Centre connects participants with the expertise and experience of the Faculty’s instructors and other business leaders, educators and partners.
At the Gardiner Centre, we focus on the development and delivery of non-credit programs that advance the business and leadership knowledge and/or skills of organizations and existing or aspiring supervisors, managers, executives and entrepreneurs. We recognize that many organizations are challenged by the emerging gap as baby boomers retire and new supervisors, managers and leaders step in. Our open enrolment and client-specific training and solutions will help you and your organization change and grow in response to this challenge.
Find out more by visiting www.mun.ca/gardinercentre