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CMAC is Recruiting Clients!

By: Georges Beram



Are you a part of a Montreal non-profit organization or small business struggling with its marketing? Do you have no means to seek professional advice or no clue where to start? Well, you are in luck because the Concordia Marketing Aid Clinic (CMAC) is here to help. CMAC is Concordia University's first student-run organization providing marketing consultation services completely free of charge!

Developing a solid marketing strategy is essential for businesses of all kinds. CMAC knows how crucial it is to attract new clients, demonstrate organizational values and vision, and remain connected and engaged with an established client base. That is why their team, composed of Concordia students with different specialties and backgrounds, creates tailored and detailed reports advising clients on branding, social media management, public relations, website design and more.

With a wealth of academic knowledge and hands-on work experience in different industries, they have helped multiple organizations, including Scratch Takes, a small audiovisual production business, and Medical Herstory, a non-profit organization advocating for gender health equity. Are you not convinced? Check out the abridged versions of their consultation reports here.


Now that we have your attention, you must be wondering how to become a client. CMAC is hosting a recruitment event from August 15th to 28th. Organizations can apply by completing this client recruitment form. Within two weeks of the deadline, qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.

If you are interested in becoming a client or just want to keep up with CMAC, feel free to follow them on all their social media platforms, linked here. Heads up: they will have some exciting announcements in the next few weeks! CMAC cannot wait to hear from applicants and looks forward to transforming their clients' marketing into the best it can be!

Don't forget to apply by August 28th via CMAC's application form!

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