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Guide to briefing a Marketing Research Supplier for a Social Marketing Campaign

Over the years I have often heard marketing research suppliers tell me that their clients are rarely prepared for a briefing on their social marketing research study. This leads to poor results and worst wasting social marketing dollars. As a result I am posting a section of my Social Marketing Workbook (designed to provide users with an end-to-end planning tool that lays the groundwork for a successful social marketing program. For more information on the workbook go to […]

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Integrated Marketing Communications: A Holistic Approach to Government Communications

Jim Mintz was formerly the Director of Marketing and Corporate Communications at Health Canada and has over 30 years of experience in marketing and advertising in both the Public and Private Sector. He is presently Director of the Centre of Excellence for Public Sector Marketing. The Centre’s mandate is to deliver fully bilingual strategic marketing solutions, designed to meet the unique needs & challenges of governments, associations and non-profit organization.

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Using Social Marketing to Increase Occupational Health and Safety

Final Report to WorkSafe BC

Principal Investigator: Dr. Anne M. Lavack, University of Regina

Co-Investigators:

Dr. Michael D. Basil, University of Lethbridge
Dr. Debra Z. Basil, University of Lethbridge
Dr. Sameer Deshpande, University of Lethbridge

Additional Author:

Mr. James H. Mintz, Centre of Excellence for Public Sector Marketing

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Using Social Marketing To Increase Occupational Safety

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The Case For Marketing in the Municipal Sector

Published in Public Sector Digest

By: Jim Mintz and Bernie Colterman

Destigmatizing Public Sector Marketing

Marketing has its roots in business, and remains a major management function. However, in an era in which governments need to be more responsive and accountable to the needs of the public, marketing can help governments accomplish this goal. With governments spending significant dollars delivering programs and services, there is a need for increased efficiency, accountability and transparency in the processes used to deliver these initiatives. Many government […]

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