The tenth in a highly successful series of conferences, the 2016 event is set to be another hit, and an excellent use of time for today’s digital marketer. As well as expert speakers, cutting edge content and lively discussion, you can look forward to great networking.
Delegates attend from across the South-East and beyond, finding this conference to be among the best for helpful, down to earth advice and information that they can use to reflect and refine their digital strategies.
Plus of course the excellent hospitality from the Imperial War Museum — Delegates are free to walk around the planes at lunchtime and after we finish the conference.
New strategies for success in the digital age.
As a marketing professional, you need to be up to date with what marketing looks like today – and that means digital. You want to make sure you're using the right mix of tools to engage with customers and stakeholders.
Marketers, Digital Specialists and General Managers from B2B, B2C and NFP organisations large and small will find something to inform, educate and amuse.
As well as the presentation sessions, our panel debate allows you to put your questions directly to our expert speakers. And you'll network with like-minded professionals in superb and dramatic surroundings.
The 10th Cambridge Digital Marketing Conference programme covers the key trending topics as well as updates on the basics to provide information, tactics, debate and best practice examples of content marketing, e-mail, mobile, social media, SEO, and much more.
You'll hear the online industry's leading experts share their ideas and experience, and you’ll take away ideas, tips and inspiration to fuel your digital marketing plans - the key to competitiveness in today's fast-moving marketing world.
If you attend just one digital marketing event this year, make it this one!
Additional speakers will be announced periodically
Last updated: 04 April 2016
Your ticket price includes a lunch, refreshments and biscuits too!
– Book online or by phone, 01628 427 340 –
Please note that some Sat Nav systems may not recognise the new postcode CB22 4QR, but do still recognise the old postcode CB2 4QR.
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Imperial War Museum, Duxford.