Brand and Digital Marketing

Learn how to understand customer needs by creating effective marketing strategies.

Summer Springboard program located at Yale University

Program Highlights

Learn the fundamental topics of Marketing by exploring subjects such as branding, consumer behavior, developing campaigns, and the basics of advertising.
Segmentation, Targeting, and Positioning: How to assess market potential, understand and analyze customer behavior, and focus resources
Branding: How to develop, measure, and capitalize on brand equity
Pricing: How to set prices that capitalize on value to customer and capture value for the organization
Go to Market Strategy: How to understand the role of distributors, retailers, and other intermediaries in delivering products, services, and information to customers
Marketing Communications: How to develop an effective mix of communication efforts
Tuition:

Residential Tuition:
$6,098

Commuter Tuition:
$3,198

Dates:

Session 1:
June 16, 2024 June 28, 2024

Location:

Yale University
New Haven, CT

Course Overview

People often think marketing is strictly about advertising, however, marketing is complex. It encompasses tons of different disciplines, strategies, and tactics. As a result, developing a basic understanding of how it works can be difficult. Learning the trade can take years of dedication and honing your craft, oftentimes in a handful of specific areas (such as branding, social
media, copy-writing, or analytics). Like a lot of things, though, future success starts with solid fundamentals. And if you’re looking to learn the basics of marketing, you’ve come to the right place. This course will cover everything you need to get started on your marketing journey. Think of it like the ultimate 101, packed full of actionable advice and laid out to be easy to understand, turning
complicated concepts into easily digestible chunks of information. Not only will you learn what drives a business, but you will also learn what drives you and how to promote yourself and your skills. Using real world-case studies, students will also develop branding and promotion for a specific product or service for a business and launch their own marketing campaign/website.

Topics you'll explore

Career Exploration


Hear from Business professionals such as a Director of Marketing. Visit a marketing agency and a marketing department in a company

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