Acquiring Different Measurement Systems and Marketing Activities to Increase Your Brand Worth in the Market


1. Leveraging ways to build strong foundations from the bundle of data of consumers.
2. Understanding the consumers data to be able to deliver more effective customer experience and marketing campaigns
3. Acquire ways to translate huge data sets into actionable marketing insight
4. Learn effective ways to identify, understand and engage target key customer groups through better data analysis
5. Take away operative tools and techniques that would help in interpreting the raw data into valuable meaning.


Most marketers are now being asked by management to justify their decisions using data. Yet many are still not sure about what data they need to do so – or how to analyse the data that they already have. The Marketing Data & Analytics Workshop is designed to help marketers understand their data and become more ‘data driven’ with their marketing. Over two day workshop sessions, the course provides the background, tools and processes necessary to support marketing decisions and prove marketing effectiveness with data.


On day one, participants are provided with an overview of marketing analytics, some basic analytics concepts as well as the free data analytics tools they will use. Day two builds on this foundation with hands-on exercises designed to show marketers how they discover insights about their audience, improve the customer journey flow and increase marketing performance, all by using data more effectively.

Marketers will leave the course more confident about what marketing data is available to them, how to use it to deliver better results and how to develop data-enhanced reports for management.


Jeff Rajeck is an experienced marketing trainer and consultant based in Singapore whose recent clients include Amazon, Adidas, Cathay Pacific, and Singtel. His approach is to urge marketers to decide on the foundational elements of a successful marketing campaign – namely business goals, marketing objectives and strategy – before choosing marketing tactics and channels.


Jeff has been training through Econsultancy, a London-based marketing publisher, since 2015 and has written hundreds of blog posts, delivered dozens of webinars and produced several research papers for the company, as well.Before Econsultancy, Jeff served as the marketing director for a Singapore startup which provided social media analytics consulting for clients such as Standard Chartered, Deutsche Bank, BASF and KPMG.


Jeff holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Illinois (US) and a master’s degree in Finance from Nanyang Technological University (SG). Jeff will complete a master’s in Marketing with a specialization in Marketing Analytics at the University of Alabama in 2020