Your Free Desktop Schools' Marketing Calendar

Your Free Desktop Schools' Marketing Calendar

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Sophie Scott-Lewis
Published: 20th August 2013

2013-14 Academic Calendar

Right, I’m about to rip off the proverbial bandage...

Summer is nearly over!
There I said it. That wasn’t too bad, was it?

Now that’s out of the way we’d like to make sure you’re well equipped for the new academic Autumn term in September. To make your marketing plan pain-free, we’re giving our valued blog readers access to download our Academic Desktop Calendar totally free of charge!

The Calendar illustrates key dates in the academic diary so it’s perfect to help you plan your marketing to schools for the year ahead. You can download it to your PC/Laptop desktop as a handy reminder.

To download it in one of four screen sizes simply click on the associated link below, right click the image, and save it as your desktop background (or drag it to your desktop and save it the good old manual way).

Alternatively, you can download a handy PDF version of the Calendar to pass on to your colleagues or refer to on the go!

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Download a PDF version below: www.sprint-mail.co.uk/snack/bite/calendar/2013-14.pdf

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