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Smart marketing for busy business owners

Smart marketing for busy business owners



This is part 2 of a 2 workshop series. It is recommended (but not essential) that you attend the free Build a Brand That Makes You Money course before attending this course.


Marketing can be tough for business owners. You’re wearing many hats, have limited resources, and the landscape keeps changing.

If you’re busy and short on time, or feeling overwhelmed by marketing, it’s time to get smart about it. In this free workshop, kindly brought to you by Muritai Group, you’ll get practical strategies that will maximise your time and marketing budget.


Topic 1: Know Your Ideal Customers

Tired of spinning your wheels marketing to the wrong people. Focus on your ideal clients and watch your results soar. You will learn how to:

  • Identify your perfect customers: Who are they and what they want
  • Understand their needs and motivations: Why they will buy from you
  • Create a detailed customer profile: Reach the people with the right message


Topic 2: Improve Your Marketing for Business Growth

If your marketing isn’t delivering the results you want, this will help you:

  • Evaluate your current marketing: What’s working and what’s not?
  • Discover powerful strategies: Connect with your ideal customers in new ways.
  • Meet your customers online where they’re already searching for help.
  • Simplify your approach: Get clear and focused on what matters most.


Get ready to learn, share, and grow your business! Leave with actionable steps and a renewed confidence in your marketing.


About your presenter

Lee Retimana – Muritai Group



  • Founder of Muritai Group: Business owner who knows first-hand the challenges of growing a business
  • Chief Marketer & Brand Strategist: Over 30 years of experience in branding and marketing across various industries and for SMEs and Mid-Sized Companies.
  • MBA (Distinction), Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing UK: Proven expertise and leadership in the field.
  • Actively involved in academia: Shares her knowledge and guides future marketers.