marketingSHOWCASE is a free event designed to inspire marketers. Through educational seminars and an exhibition of innovative marketing products and solutions, this one day event will leave you with actionable advice to implement that afternoon.
10:20 – BOOSTING YOUR LINKEDIN PERFORMANCE; FROM ENGAGEMENT TO LEAD GENERATION
Presented by Jade Scotney MCIM, Director, Rebellion Marketing
11:20 – THE FUNNEL OF LOVE – 5 DEMAND GEN TIPS FOR SUCCESS
Presented by Frank Brooks, Head of EMEA Marketing, dotdigital
12:20 – MAXIMISE THE POWER OF SOCIAL MEDIA
Presented by Katie Lamond, Head of Social, Vooba
13:20 – Q&A! WHY FACEBOOK CAN BE USED FOR ANY BUSINESS
Presented by James Urquart , Nick Boddington and Olivia Turnock-Rogers, Lets Run Social
10:20 – 22 “MUST HAVEs” FOR YOUR WEBSITE IN 20222
Presented by Will Roberts, Managing Director, WebBox Digital
11:20 – SUPERCHARGE LEADS AND SALES THROUGH LIVE EVENTS WITH THESE AMAZING TIPS
Presented Paul Runacres, Business Development Manager, Clip UK
12:20 – HOW TO SAVE TIME AND BECOME A MORE EFFECTIVE MARKETER
Presented by James Skellington, Head of New Business, Force24
Creative industry events in and around Bristol
Playful colourful collage workshop with Naomi Ann Clarke
Zion Bristol, Bishopsworth Road, Bristol, BS13 7JW
Use hand painted gouache paper to create an A3 paper cut illustration of your favourite scene, building or flowers in a wonky, bold way. You will be using loose shapes to create a layered collage. This is a great workshop to unwind through the relaxing process of cutting and sticking collage.
Filmmakers’ Shindig – Feat. Dirty Jack Co
Square Works, 17-18 Berkeley Square, Bristol, BS8 1HB
Probably the most inspiring little film night in the world. Join in Bristol for an evening of learning, stimulation, collaboration, entertainment and general filmmaking joy!
Insights from female-led B Corps
In this 1-hour interactive discussion, we’ll explore the positive impact that B Corp certification can have on your business, challenges of the certification process itself, and why the current B Corp cohort in the UK lack diversity.