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#OutsideInsight BrainFood: The tasty marketing debate is back on 22nd March at 7pm serving up only fresh, hot marketing topics! Listen to the carefully selected, cleverly connected high level talks presented by some of the biggest names in industry.
The menu for #OutsideInsight is digital word of mouth marketing: the challenges of driving it, guiding it and measuring it in today’s hyper connected world. The explosion of online media has presented a noisy and volatile landscape for communication professionals to work within. Brand reputation can be made or slayed in the tap of a tweet. Versatile communication strategies are needed and execution is key.
Join us at 30 Euston Square, for the 2 hours session jam-packed with best practice tips, case studies and actionable insights that are sure to get the creative juices flowing.
You’ll hear from:
Kate Russell, BBC: Kate is a technology Reporter for the BBC technology show, ‘Click’ and writer for BBC Focus magazine and National Geographic Traveller.
Mark Palmer, Pret a Manger : Mark is the Marketing Director at Pret a Manger and holds extensive knowledge in brand reputation management.
BrainFood: The tasty marketing debate is designed to enable you to engage and mingle over cocktails and canapes with likeminded and influential professionals in the communication space. Only the most inspirational Londoners are allowed!
Register today – there are only 300 seats available!
You’ll also get an opportunity to see our new media intelligence platform in action: we’ll use it to provide real time data on the issues being discussed, wherever the debate takes us.
And we’ll show you a good time, Meltwater style.
30 Euston Square is located within the Royal College of General Practitioners (NW12FB)
Please contact marketing.UKI@meltwater.com if you have any questions
Terms & Conditions:
Client Ticket: 1 ticket per person.
Maximum 3 per organisation Non-client/ invitation ticket.
Tickets are only free for senior Marketing professionals. Meltwater retains the right to withdraw invitations.