Best bang for your buck with digital campaigns
Thursday 10 August 2017
Have you found yourself doing more online advertising instead of using traditional media or thinking that you should be? Paid-for digital campaigns can often seem better value for money than ‘old school’ techniques, but are you getting the best for your money? Could you be doing digital in a different way to get better results? Are you measuring the results? And do you know what type of content works best on which channels?
If you want to get a better understanding of digital campaigning then come along to this seminar and hear from folk that really know what they are talking about.
Venue: Brent Civic Centre, Engineers Way, Wembley HA9 0FJ
Times: 10.30am - 4pm (arrival any time from 9.30am)
To register click here
- Darren Caveney, Co-founder - Comms 2point0. Darren is half of this legendary team that know the score when it comes to public sector and the future of digital in our work.
- Katy Howell, Managing Director - Social media agency, immediate future. Helping brands like Sony, Indesit, Diageo, Staples, BBC, HSBC and JD Williams adopt, integrate, and deploy social media.
- John-Paul Danon, Co-founder - Council Advertising Network. An expert in helping to maximise digital advertising opportunities
- Charlie Griffin, Account Director - Navigate Digital. An award winning international digital media agency in London, specialising in Media Planning & Buying, Paid Search, Affiliate Marketing & Social Media.
- Liz Rees, Head of External Communications – DVLA. Responsible for massive public sector digital campaigns including the 2017 new tax rates for vehicles
- Amy Eddy, Director - One Black Bear. The award winning creative agency have helped a number of public sector organisations to achieve success with digital campaigns.
Travelling to Brent Council - it's easier than you might think!
Getting to Wembley is almost a piece of cake…although we are right in the heart of one of UK’s biggest regeneration areas - you shouldn’t miss us – we are right next door to the SSE Arena and Wembley Stadium. We also have a designer outlet on our doorstep and a load of restaurants and cinema should you fancy it at the end of the day. What’s not to love.
We have three stations:
Wembley Stadium station: About a five min walk. Chilterns trains from Marylebone and the Chiltern line through to Birmingham (some require a change at Marylebone (it’s about 10mins on the train from Marylebone)
Wembley Park station: Less than a five min walk. Met and Jubilee line. It’s about 15 mins from Baker Street station
Wembley Central: Around 15-20min walk (there are buses too). Bakerloo line, London Overground, London Midland and Southern
Driving: Easily accessible from the A40 – However if you have ever tried to navigate London in rush hour – it might not be quick! There is parking nearby though and under right under the Civic Centre too.