Workshops to grow your business


Business owners in the Northern Territory can participate in free marketing and social media workshops throughout the year. 

For more details and to register to attend a workshop, go to the Business Upskills page at the Eventbrite website.

Go to the Department of Trade, Business and Innovation website for the business events calendar.

See below for a list of available marketing workshops.

Advanced social media

Learn how to develop and implement advanced social media marketing strategies that get results.

This workshop will show you how to:

  • develop goals and map user journeys
  • and use Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter to drive marketing goals.

Develop an effective website

Find out how to engage and attract customers via your website. 

This workshop will show you how to:

  • define a target market
  • develop an effective website strategy
  • convert visitors with great content
  • get a return on your website investment.

Introduction to social media

Find out how social tools can boost your marketing efforts.

This workshop will show you how to:

  • use social media for business
  • understand the social media universe
  • get up to speed with Facebook
  • develop a social media marketing strategy.

Marketing online

Discover how to use online marketing to drive sales. 

This workshop will show you how to:

  • target online audiences
  • design catchy content
  • use search engine optimisation 
  • identify where social media fits in your business.

Marketing strategies

Get your business' marketing on the right track with a marketing strategy.

This workshop will show you how to:

  • develop a marketing plan
  • use marketing techniques
  • identify target markets
  • develop your marketing message.

Print all pages in this section

Last updated: 05 February 2020

Share this page:

Was this page useful?

Describe your experience

More feedback options

To provide comments or suggestions about the NT.GOV.AU website, complete our feedback form.

For all other feedback or enquiries, you must contact the relevant government agency.