Attending a marketing festival – albeit digitally – may not be high on your agenda at the moment, given recent events. But it is because of recent events that it is probably more important than ever to consider virtually attending this year’s Festival of Marketing. Here are some of the reasons why…
Marketing in the new normal
We could all use a little guidance and support when it comes to running (and marketing) our businesses in these strange times. Brands need to be more flexible than ever when it comes to their marketing strategy and we need to be listening to our target demographics as they, too, navigate these unprecedented times. Rather than glossing over Covid-19, much of this year’s event centres around creating a blue-print for moving forwards towards recovery and that is something every business could benefit from right now.
More global than ever
Thanks to eight years of innovative events, big headliners (see below) and, well, good marketing, the Festival of Marketing has earned an international reputation which continues to grow. One thing we have learned through lockdown is that, thanks to technology, social distancing can actually bring us closer. So it is that this year’s digital Festival of Marketing is attracting international delegates like never before – and possible ways-in to global markets for you?
Two words: Richard Curtis. Yep – that Richard Curits – writer, director and co-founder of Red Nose Day, will be headlining along with Founder of Marketing Week, Mark Ritson and Tanya Steele, the first female Chief Executive of WWF. And that’s just for starters …
Specialist advice to suit any schedule
Still working at home with the kids? Finding it impossible to concentrate for more than ten minutes? One of the many things we like about the Festival of Marketing is the variety of events to get involved with. Choose from mini ten-minute ‘Festival Shorts’ presentations, 25 minute keynote sessions, interactive Q and As, roundtables and workshops to mentoring and master classes.
And once you are have your new marketing strategy and your new contacts (all from the comfort of your favourite chair) make your marketing plans happen by calling us on 0208 590 0922 or email us at email@example.com