Posted on Thursday 20 November 2014 by Ulster Business

Belfast's Titanic marketing event

Where: Titanic Belfast

When: Thursday 4th December, 9:30am-2pm
Cost: £15 include a networking lunch, with the opportunity to discuss topics with speakers.  

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Belfast Technology and Design company i3 Digital has teamed up with the Chartered Institute of Marketing to deliver a one-off marketing event for businesses and organisations. The event is sponsored by Kentico, one of the world’s most reputable integrated marketing providers, which makes web content management, online marketing, and e-commerce solutions for business.

The “Titanic Marketing Event” will take place on Thursday 4th December, and will focus on how marketing is becoming increasingly digitised, and how businesses can prosper locally and internationally via new digital marketing platforms.

Presenters from across the Marketing spectrum will feature on the day. Those already confirmed include Niall McKeown (Digital Strategist), Russell Moore (Customer Relationship Management and Marketing Expert), and Adrian Bradley (Digital Technology Specialist). Chris Cairns from Kentico will also discuss the value of responsive, integrated and holistic digital marketing strategies, and CIM Ireland’s Chair Christine Watson will host the event. The event is focused on being of practical and real value to NI organisations.

Marketing Manager of i3 Digital, Mark Lyness stated “There are no shortages of conferences where million and billion-pound multi-national organisations discuss their marketing practices, and they’re great in their own way. This event is all about what businesses here can actually take away with them and incorporate into their own company that same day, and to provide food-for-thought for 2015. It’s for organisations that don’t have a spare million pounds to throw at a marketing campaign, but want to work smartly with the opportunities that are available to them now and in the future. Those attending this event will leave knowing that it has made a real and tangible difference to their business.”


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