The Pink Party Workshop goes tropsi in Durban
I can hardly believe it, but it’s already been one year since I launched the first ever Pink Party workshop in the Western Cape. Since then, 80 awesome girlbosses have taken part in this experience in both Gauteng and Cape Town, and I’ve been privileged to see so many businesses completely transform for the better. What started as a simple idea to help more people understand branding and online marketing, blossomed into a beautiful sought after workshop for creative entrepreneurs that want to take their brands to the next level and beyond.
The Pink Party is a beautiful 3 day workshop focussed on small business development, branding, online marketing and community building. My approach to branding is all about laying a solid foundation, and that’s exactly what this workshop is all about. I take all of my guests on a journey into their businesses and dreams, and help them to build brands that they can love from the inside out.
I’ve taken a seven month break from workshops, but by popular demand I’ve decided to travel again. This time it was Durban’s turn, and boy was I thrilled to finally meet some of the creatives from that part of our beautiful country. I worked closely with Joe from Oh Happy Day on the coordination and planning of this workshop at Market, and she hooked me up with talented florist Rowena from Buds in a Ro. We went for a tropsi theme, showing off the style and talent that Durban has to offer. A very special thanks to Nadia van der Mescht who was our special guest speaker on day 2, sharing her knowledge and experience with us. Also, thanks to Bron from Vanilla Photography for all the beautiful pictures of the workshop, it was so lovely to finally meet you in person!
The next workshops will be in Gauteng (18, 19 and 20 October) and the Western Cape (23,24 and 25 November). I still have some seats left so email me on email@example.com if you’d like to grab a spot.
We cover the following topics (to name just a few):
– Focussing your brand message, values and personality
– Goal setting and how to break things down so they become more achievable
– Identifying your ideal client and how to create branding and marketing that speaks directly to their hearts
– The branding process (tips, tricks, processes and checklists)
– Online marketing including email marketing, blogging, all social media channels (tips and tricks)
– Marketing strategy and scheduling
– How to create better brand experiences
– How to grow your following organically, ethically and consistently
– Productivity and time saving tips
As always, thanks so much to our wonderful goodie bag sponsors Lulu & Marula, Zana, Maria Madgalena Atelier, Prestwich Collection, Wetink and The Letterpress Company. Also, thanks to every wonderful lady that attended, you made Durban so special! I can’t wait to see all of your businesses bloom in 2017!