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The Marketing Meetup Birmingham: 5 steps to a killer content strategy

Tuesday, 4 February 2020

18:00 to 20:00


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The friendliest marketing event with the best talks in Birmingham. This is a place to learn about marketing topics in more depth and if you want to meet other marketing professionals, then this is the place to come!



Speaker 1: Kirstie Smith: "5 steps to a killer content strategy"

Kirstie runs Social Circle and is a Director of Digital Cake. Her knowledge of social media is amazing and you'll find her approach to building effective campaigns super-useful!

Speaker 2: Joe Birkedale - Project 36. "Don't Invite the Dead Guy".

The title of Joe's talk will make much more sense when you hear it! Joe will educate you on why data is everyone's responsibility and how to create an effective account-based marketing campaign using data too.




Format of the Night:

6.00PM - Doors Open - Light Snacks, Drinks, Networking

6.30 PM - Introduction and Talks Begin

7:45PM - Talks Finish, Networking, more snacking

8PM - End of the night - you leave with new contacts and fresh ideas


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And finally...

Please let your marketing friends and colleagues know about this group too, I hope to build it into a great resource for the community over the coming months and years. Attendance will be taken at this event. If you RSVP 'Yes' and then do not come, you will receive a strike. Three strikes and you're outta here! This is simply a measure to allow appropriate respect to the organisers, speakers, sponsors, and your fellow community members :)

See you there!


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