The current global spending on digital marketing nears $100 billion according to a Reuters study. Marketers and advertisers have experienced a shift from offline to online techniques in the last decade and to drive brand awareness and acquire new customers and they must adopt digital strategies.
Join Daniel Rowles as he covers what you need to know to take advantage of the digital revolution.
16 October / Time: 18:00 – 21:00 / Price: £45/ The Museum of Brands
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What you will learn
Daniel Rowles will lead this insightful, hands-on workshop on digital marketing. The workshop allows attendees to develop digital marketing strategies, manage and implement campaigns and analyze results and make an impact on the business straight away. He will also discuss how tools and techniques are evolving and what the future of digital marketing holds for marketers and brands.
Attendees will receive the Digital Marketing Toolkit 2019, a guide to the best free digital marketing tools.
6.00pm – 6.30pm Latest Trends in Digital Marketing
6.30pm – 7.15pm Digital Marketing strategy
7.15pm – 8.45m Digital Channel Techniques, Analysis, and ROI
8.45pm – 9 pm Q&A
About Daniel Rowles
Daniel is CEO of TargetInternet.com. He has been working in Digital Marketing for the past 20 years, with extensive experience working both client side and within the agency environment. He is a Course Director for the CIM, a certified Google Squared trainer and a Lecturer at Imperial College and Cranfield School of Management.
He has helped organizations of all types to use digital marketing effectively, working with a wide range of businesses, from startups. Daniel is the voice of the Digital Marketing Podcast, a worldwide top-ten business podcast in iTunes, and an award-winning author for publisher Kogan Page (Mobile Marketing, Digital Branding, and Building Digital Culture).
The Museum’s professional development programme is generously supported by The Marketors’ Trust @marketors