Shropshire Business Partnership presents digital marketing seminar
2nd July, 2014
Paul Bennett, Employment Law Partner and Chairman of Shropshire Business Partnership (SBP) is pleased to announce the next breakfast event ‘Smart Digital Business’.
The topic of digital marketing will be covered on Friday 26 September at Shrewsbury Town Football Club at 7.30am.
The pace of change in digital business and mobile marketing techniques is only going to get faster. This is your opportunity to understand how Google can help you to ‘cut-through’ the digital noise with its marketing tools like Google Analytics, Google Plus, Google Places and Google Adwords.
The two speakers are Richard Pollin, Google’s Head of New Business Development for the EMEA region and Barclays Business Manager Clwyd Evans.
Richard is flying in from Dublin especially to speak at the meeting in order to brief Shropshire businesses on the latest from Google’s digital perspective. He will discuss the latest marketing tools that will keep your business ‘on-top’ in the race for digital supremacy in your market.
Clwyd will explain how having joined-up data and a mobile approach to business is transforming business transactions.
SBP is an independent network for professional and business services companies in Shropshire, run by its members for its members.
Tickets cost £20 and include breakfast. Please click here to book your place.
For more information please contact Jude Kenyon on 01244 405418 or email [email protected]
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