Toastmasters Europe - Continental Europe       
   
Toastmasters Europe - Continental Europe
Toastmasters Europe 

Webinar training easy-speak Webinar training


Username:

Password:

 Remember me



I forgot my password

Don't have an account yet?
You can register for FREE


My Communication

     

District 59 Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Monaco

District 95 Germany, Scandinavia

District 107 Andorra, Portugal and Spain

District 108 Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland

District 109 Austria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Lichtenstein, FYR Macedonia, San Marino, Switzerland and Vatican City

District 110 Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Rep. of Moldova, Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine

District U Undistricted Clubs in Europe


  Search 
Author wm-admin  Date 10 Feb 07, 14:49  Views 2549
Description Tips and Examples of Brochures for New Clubs
Category New Club Material  Type
Article scope
General Information

Brochures for Club Start-up

Brochures/flyers generally contain more detailed information about Toastmasters and your new Club. They can be given to guests at meetings and handed out after any publicity/networking events. Posters are generally better than leaflets to place on notice boards but you might want to leave some brochures at libraries, community venues or send-out to your publicity targets ie. local newspapers, local companies, Chamber of Commerce etc. You can also email the brochure to potential guests. TMI have lots of publicity leaflets which you can use also and many are free from the website http://www.toastmasters.org

The layout of a brochure needs to look PROFESSIONAL and EASY to read; there can be a lot of information and you have to plan the LAYOUT carefully. The front page in particular should be EYE-CATCHING and PROMOTE a key BENEFIT of joining your Club.

Make sure that you do not include too much TM JARGON (i.e. CC, CL, ACB, C&L) without explaining it and don't be tempted to explain the entire Communication and Leadership programs - just the relevant high-lights. Include the time and location of the MEETINGS and a CONTACT name and number. Also include the Club website and/or D71 website.

Do you know anyone who has a desk-top publishing package on their computer - these can produce some great lay-outs. Pictures look good - but these often use a great deal of coloured ink if you are using a home printer. Try speaking to a local printer and mention that we are a not-for-profit organsiation - you might negotiate a favourable price!

Here are some examples of brochures - these are black & white ones which can be photocopied and gate-folded:

https://tmclub.eu/docs/NewClubs/meridians-broch-jul05.doc
https://tmclub.eu/docs/NewClubs/BrochureSSS.doc

    
Quick Knowledgebase Navigation 

You cannot post new articles in this category

Powered by Knowledge Base MOD, wGEric & Haplo 2002-2005   PHPBB.com MOD

Terms and Conditions (Revised 2018-04-23)       Privacy Policy (Revised 2018-04-23)
The names Toastmasters International and all other Toastmasters International trademarks and copyrights are the sole property of Toastmasters International
This website is developed, supported and financed by Toastmaster members for use in their own clubs and is only available to Toastmaster clubs. It is not financed or supported by Toastmasters International in any way.