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Webinar: Getting marketing on the agenda

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Location: Online
Date: 10/01/2019 to 31/12/2019
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Marketing is vital for community organisations in Australia. It’s even more relevant to disability service providers in a competitive consumer-facing environment. To stay alive, you need to actively attract and retain customers, communicating to new customers and, importantly, the ones you already have.

Find out how in a one-hour webinar co-hosted by National Disability Services and Lumin, an online training and capacity building platform.

In this webinar, we discuss:

  • Why having day-to-day marketing skills is the new norm
  • How Lumin works – and some quick tips to get you started
  • Expert insights from industry communications specialists at Think HQ

Co-designed with the community sector and responding to the needs of organisations, Lumin has close to 100 lessons currently available, and more being added every six weeks. Each lesson has tools, templates and links to resources. You can browse courses and preview lessons now at Lumin.com.au/browse.

Victorian disability service providers are also invited to take up a limited offer for highly subsidised annual membership to Lumin.

Partnering with Lumin, National Disability Services will provide the first 30 organisations to register and confirm interest with memberships valued at a highly-subsidised rate. Get in quickly by registering your interest. Over 50 per cent of subsidised memberships have already been sold!

This webinar and the 30 subsidised Lumin memberships have been made available as part of the Sector Development Project by funding from the Victorian Government's NDIS Transition Support Package.

For more information contact Sophie Spence, Manager of Lumin, at or on 0400 909 973.

Event details

Date and Time: This webinar can be accessed online, anywhere at anytime. 
Cost: Free 

Contact information

For any enquiries, please contact Elise Garraway, Project Manager, 03 8341 4314,