Digital Growth Conference 18

Digital Growth Conference 18 In Nottingham & Leicester

I’m proud to say that I’ll be speaking again at the Digital Growth Programme’s conference this year, being held in both Nottingham (8th March) and Leicester (15th March). This enormously successful and free event (fully booked every time it has been held since 2005) provides an insight into the latest developments in digital technology for businesses. It’s open to any qualifying business in Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire or Leicestershire.

As has become traditional, my topic will be What’s New In Search and I’ll be speaking alongside keynote TEDx speaker Andrew Grill, John Rowley of Thorntons, the Mo Bros guys of Dragon’s Den fame, as well as fellow Digital Growth Programme trainers Liam Lally (What’s New In Social), Rob Gregory (Accelerating Productivity Through Digital Innovation), Paul Ince (Personalisation and the Rise of the Chatbot) and Joada Allen (also joined by Kelly Diver from Sky to explain Affordable Targeted TV Marketing). We’ll wrap up with a panel discussion on the hot topics of the day.

The conferences promise to be packed with up-to-the minute information and real-life examples of successful digital marketing. Take a look at the full agenda here for Nottingham and here for Leicester.

If you’re a qualifying business, you can book for free through the Digital Growth Programme website using the links above. If your business is in Nottinghamshire or Derbyshire, you can attend the 8th March conference at the Village Hotel in Toton and if you’re in Leicestershire, your conference venue is the King Power Stadium on the 15th March.

Hope to see you there! 🙂

Ian Lockwood About the author

Ian has been optimising websites since 1998 and founded Boom with Rob in 2010. If not in front of a computer, he’s likely to be behind the wheel of a car or holding a guitar. Not simultaneously.

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Comments:
  • looking forward to it. Will put the word out!

    Gary

    3rd March 2018 at 7:01 pm

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