#MastercardSMEMasterclass: 5 Digital Marketing lessons from Nancie Mwai, Mandi Sarro and Sharon Mundia

Monday, 28th September, Mastercard hosted it’s very first SME Masterclass hosted by Nancie Mwai, Mandi Sarro and Sharon Mundia who shared insights on how to best build, market and manage your brand.

Here are 5 lessons and tips shared by each professional.

Left to right: Nancie Mwai, Sharon Mundia and Mandi Sarro

Nancie Mwai: CEO & Creative Director, New Level

  • The vision you have for your business has nothing to do with your current situation so allow yourself to dream big.
  • Fear will never go away so you will have to do it, afraid.
  • Plan and organize well enough to succeed. Think about your business and what you want to do.
  • Set up structures and get the tools you need because this is the foundation of your business.
  • Loans are great because they can propel your business, however make sure you take calculated risks.

Mandi Sarro: Author and Founder, Miss Mandi Throwdown

  • There’s no formula to getting popular online. Everyone has a unique selling point so use that to push your brand.
  • Focus on creating quality content that will engage with your audience. 
  • Be very consistent and scream about your brand. You’re all you’ve got so use that and go hard.
  • Build your rate card based on all the things you will need to make the magic happen like paying a photographer, buying ingredients, doing a recce etc. 
  • Work with brands that are closely related  or linked to what you do. 

Sharon Mundia: Content Creator and Brand Consultant

  • It doesn’t happen overnight so start small, build a community and give of yourself by sharing good content and being very consistent.
  • Separate your business accounts from personal accounts and set up our business on platforms where your target customer is.
  • Jump on occasional challenges and always be accountable for mistakes made.
  • Study and use your insights for strategy and don’t plagiarise other people’s work.
  • Never lose sight of your why because that’s the only way you will continue creating magic. Numbers are great but never forget why you’re doing what you do.
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  1. Avatar Jomo74 January 31st, 2014 at 3:57 pm

    On the AU side.., these 4 arguments have indeed played themselves on the ICC cases.., for the credibility and also for members states to feel safe with ICC court, changes have to be instituted in the way the ICC court executes it’s mandate..

    It is openly true, this court can be manipulated by external influences…, which can result to a miscarriage of justice…

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  2. Avatar New Ice Cube II January 31st, 2014 at 6:03 pm

    You forgot to recommend that Office of the prosecutor must accountable to some institution. Immense powers to charge any one with low evidentiary standard and political fabrications must be stopped. There should be ICC Compensation Fund to cater for the innocent victims of the prosecutor’s way ward cases

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  3. Avatar mimi February 1st, 2014 at 6:35 pm

    ICC IS A POLITICAL COURT. THANKS TO THE INFAMOUS UHURUTO INDICTMENT THAT THEY BRING SENSE AND JUSTICE TO THE ICC MENACE. NOW THE HUNTER IS BEING HAUNTED.

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