Digital Impact Conference 2014, Wednesday 17th September 2014, Central London
We’re in the final countdown to our first conference in London and looking forward to meeting everyone who has booked. Thank you if you have registered! The final confirmed programme is below.
We have just 8 tickets remaining, so it will be a “full house”. If you haven’t registered, but are now able to attend, then we would, of course, like to welcome you – please register via Eventbrite which has details on discounts for Smart Insights members that are still available.
Here is the final, confirmed programme for the day.
You can also download a PDF of the programme here
Finding the venue
Of course, you know how to use Google Maps, but we have found that the venue needs careful navigation to find it first time, so we recommend checking out the directions from the venue on how to reach the Cavendish Conference centre on foot.
The programme includes the speakers as before, There is one change which is that we have moved the Digital Transformation workshop into the main auditorium due to its popularity and there is a new breakout on Ecommerce personalisation. Mixing Digital, are event organizers have notified everyone affected by email.
What will I learn at Digital Impact
As you might expect from Smart Insights, the theme of the conference is how businesses can improve how they Plan, Manage and Optimize their digital marketing. We have some inspiring case studies looking at how B2C and B2B brands like Autoglass, Bupa, Domino’s, RS Components and Tesco who have already made a significant impact to improve the commercial contribution from Digital.
Although the conference focus is digital strategy and management, the format of the day will also give attendees a lot of actionable takeaways, both from the speakers in the morning sessions and the afternoon roundtable workshops which cover smaller business example too. These will be led by our Expert commentators or partners and will give a chance for members to share their experiences and ask questions.
The workshops are a roundtable format where we will cover the latest best practices for these core digital marketing challenges which are also covered in the morning sessions:
- Managing Digital Transformation and Integration
- Content marketing and SEO
- B2B Digital Marketing
- Build better desktop and mobile experiences, boost CRO
- Email marketing, ECRM and marketing automation
After speaking at and attending many digital marketing conferences over the last 15 years or so, I’ve looked to take the best features to give an interesting, but above all interactive and useful day.
I hope you’re able to join us, we’re looking forward to meeting Smart Insights members and providing a forum in the afternoon session for them to share their experiences.