IAA Romania prepares two special workshops and a new edition of its Marketing and Communication School

Advertising, Training

IAA Romania prepares, for July, 2 workshops on marketing and negotiations and prepares a new edition of its Marketing and Communication School.

When it comes of the 2 workshops, they are focused on “Marketing for non-marketing” and “Elite negotiation”, the first scheduled for July 10th and that receives applications by July 2nd, while the second one scheduled for July 24-26 and to which applications can be sent by July 18th.

“Marketing for non-marketing’ workshop will be held by Stefan Teodorescu, Group Brand Manager URSUS Breweries, and targets entrepreneurs, sales, trade or procurement professionals, students or people in the beginning of their marketing or communication careers that want to understand how brands are built and communicated and the reasons to invest in marketing and communication.

The fee for this workshop is Euro 150 (Euro 120 for IAA members) plus VAT and entries are received until July 7th.

After a first edition of Elite Negotiations, IAA Schools prepares a second one, that will be held by Eugeniu Mihai, certified trainer and author of “The Elite Negotiator: The ultimate guide to negotiating like a PRO”. This workshop targets people that want to develop their negotiations skills, to middle and top management professionals involved in negotiating contract and to all those that want to become elite negotiators in their professional and personal lives.

In the same time, IAA Romania prepares a new edition of IAA Marketing & Communication Schools, which is open for entries and offers 15% discount for the participation fee until July 21 for the modules Fundamentals of Marketing & Communication, Strategic Marketing & Communication, Digital Marketing & communication and Leadership in Marketing & Communication. Besides the 15% discount, supplemental benefits will be available for groups coming from the same company.

The classes of the new edition of IAA School are scheduled to start in November