Create marketing messages which generate leads

Join Digital Glue's free seminar, combining marketing theory and practice to explore how to define your ideal client, the messaging you need to use to connect with them and the strategies you'll need to communicate your messaging.

Event Schedule:

  • 7:30 - 8:00am - Networking and breakfast
  • 8:00 - 9:15am - Presentations
  • 9:15am - Networking 

Further Information

Yes, there will be food!                                                                                                  We're making your early start better with breakfast sandwiches which can be chosen once you've booked your ticket. Plus there'll be unlimited tea and coffee with biscuits to keep you going throughout the session.

Where can I park?                                                                                                           The early start means your chances of finding on-street parking in Digbeth are high. Parking is available at The Bond, and is chargeable from Mon-Fri, 8am - 6pm at £1 per hour or £5 per day. There is also designated parking for people with disabilities available at no charge. There are a number of other car parks available nearby.

You’ll walk away with:

  • A solid knowledge of what an ideal customer is and why you need to define them
  • The messaging you need to use to engage your ideal customers
  • How branding shapes the way your company looks, acts and communicates with your customers
  • An understanding of the mediums and methods for building your communications strategy 

Date & Time

When:  7.30am-9:30am, Friday 14th September 2018
Where: The Bond, Digbeth
Price: Free

GUEST SPEAKER: Richard Bookey


Richard Bookey has fourteen years’ experience in building famous brands for advertising agencies DDB and Leo Burnett. He has worked on the global stage in both London and Chicago with clients such as Unilever, Sprint, Diageo, Nestle Purina & Samsung as well as with government bodies for Training, Education and Road Safety. His work has won numerous Effectiveness and Creative awards. He loves to make communication that inspires behaviour change; such as getting millennials to switch to Samsung Galaxy or making young men think twice before ordering that second pint before driving. He recently set up his own agency – Go Bookey - and is working with innovative SME’s to help them meet ambitious growth targets.

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