Monday, May 21, 2012

Marketing for the Renewable Energy Industry (Courses)

Courses on Renewable Energy Marketing designed for individuals with no prior experience will be taking place at the Edinburgh Institute at the Business School in Edinburgh, Napier, on May 25th, 2012. These courses will address issues and challenges in marketing and strategic management in the renewable energy industry.

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Strategic Marketing for Competitive Advantage in Renewable Energy (2 Days)

The aim of these short programmes is to provide delegates in the Renewable Energy Industry and associated services with practical one and two day educational courses that allow individuals to supplement their knowledge and experience with up-to-date academic thinking in an interesting, challenging and interactive learning environment that combines theory, practice and the experience of delegates.

The programmes are distinct in that they are based on marketing for technical people operating in the Renewable Energy Industry and associated services. The programmes will be delivered initially in Edinburgh.

The programme will allow delegates to experience business education and learning in a modern, purpose built Business School that prides itself in its vocational orientation and links to industry and commerce. Edinburgh is a multicultural and cosmopolitan city steeped in history, tradition and a modern international working environment. The city is the capital of Scotland and is home to the Scottish Parliament as well as the cultural centre for a host of international festivals and events with a number of major international companies having their headquarters in the city.

The programme will build on these distinct advantages and include a strong practical and applied flavour to maximise delegate learning and experience. This will include case study based interactive sessions that will help delegates apply their technical and theoretical knowledge and understanding in the context of international business, issues and challenges.

The programme will have a distinct international focus within the context of a dynamic and ever changing global environment. Using the Business School’s specific areas of expertise, the programmes will be tailored to suit the needs of delegates from the Renewable Energy Industry and associated services; more specifically, the needs of the cohort of delegates on each programme.

Speakers Dr John R Thomson, a senior lecturer in marketing and international consultant, will lead the programmes. His experience includes the private, public and not for profit sectors and he currently holds a number of directorships and voluntary appointments in both the public and not for profit sectors. His areas of expertise are marketing strategy, international marketing and organisational identity, image and reputation. As part of the delivery, the Business School will make use of its access to key academic and business thinkers to enhance the learning and context of the programmes. These will include both academics and practitioners.

For more information or to register click here.

© 2012, Richard Matthews. All rights reserved.

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