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Tuition suppliers for schools - where to look?

Discussion in 'English' started by Krisdani, Jan 19, 2012.

  1. I wonder if you could help me?
    We are looking to promote our "Maths and English Intervention" programme to Secondary Schools in the North West and are looking at how best to approach the marketing activity.
    If you were looking to buy in some subject specialist booster sessions to complement your existing provision, where would you look ?
    Search engine - "Tuition suppliers for Schools" maybe ?
    Advertising in education magazines ?
    Would you follow up on marketing emails / newsletters sent to your school?
    Other?
    Your views would be very welcome - thanks in advance
     
  2. I wonder if you could help me?
    We are looking to promote our "Maths and English Intervention" programme to Secondary Schools in the North West and are looking at how best to approach the marketing activity.
    If you were looking to buy in some subject specialist booster sessions to complement your existing provision, where would you look ?
    Search engine - "Tuition suppliers for Schools" maybe ?
    Advertising in education magazines ?
    Would you follow up on marketing emails / newsletters sent to your school?
    Other?
    Your views would be very welcome - thanks in advance
     

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