Come and see us at MWL16 in London

We’ll be doing live demos of our platform throughout Marketing Week Live at London’s Olympia, plus our own Skip Fidura will be talking social data.

This year’s Marketing Week Live is set to be a big one, with the chance to check out the latest marketing tech and solutions to boost your business and be inspired by real-life success stories of trailblazing brands.

For those coming along on day one, there are a number of free-to-attend conferences taking place – including a talk from our Client Services Director. From 3:00pm in the Marketing Tech Theatre, Skip will be broaching the subject of social data: one of the richest sources of data for brands looking to communicate with customers on a truly personal level.

Skip will define the difficulties in tying together a social user and an email subscriber as being one and the same individual, discuss using social data to build segments, and talk about best practice, rules and consent.

Our team of consultants will also be on hand during the entire event in the main exhibitors’ hall. Come and find us at booth MJ50 to see a demo of our email marketing automation platform or to find out more about what we do. We’ve also got some cool goodies to give away!

You can book a slot with one of our advisors here. Or download a free copy of our power of email and social whitepaper to get up to speed on how the two channels can help you become a smarter marketer.

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