The Un-Corporate Marketing Manual

The Un-Corporate Marketing Manual teaches a straightforward step-by-step marketing system that's easy to use and produces measurable results. This marketing toolkit teaches a 4 part marketing system: build a marketing framework, review and choose action steps, put the plan in place, analyze and adjust. More

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About Kirsty Stevenson

Kirsty Stevenson is a lifelong entrepreneur. She started Canada's first landscape lighting company when she was in university and has founded and operated various successful businesses and not-for-profits since that time.

One of her strengths is her ability to communicate effectively. Kirsty has lectured in colleges and universities, published articles in consumer and trade journals and has appeared on numerous television and radio programs.

A few years ago she decided to combine her knowledge of marketing with her many years of business experience to give seminars and workshops to small business owners. While working with this group of un-corporates, solopreneurs, micro and mini business owners, Kirsty found a gap in practical marketing advice.

Un-Corporates bring passion to their business but often lack marketing expertise. Combine this with an increase in digital strategies, the entrance to entrepreneurship of aging casualties of corporate downsizing and it was easy to find many who felt lost and overwhelmed.

Kirsty stepped into this morass to clarify and simplify marketing with The Un-Corporate Marketing Manual, delivering a simple step-by-step marketing system any small business can follow and put into action.

She continues to offer workshops, webinars and seminars for small business owners, has a thriving collaborative network of like-minded businesses and offers The Un-Corporate Marketing Manual in bulk for individuals or corporations to use in their own marketing, promotion or small business support.

She may be contacted through her website

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