Marketing automation that works for sales and marketing

How to succeed with marketing automation

Wednesday 23 October 2019 from 15:30 - 18:00 at WeWork Devonshire Square


Learn how to navigate the complex landscape of automated marketing and be ready to take the next step!

Marketing automation is one of the hottest topics in business today. The concept covers various initiatives and systems that use things like user-behaviour-related data to make more targeted marketing and sales decisions.

At the seminar Marketing automation that works for sales and marketing, you will learn how to automate your sales and marketing efforts and get measurable results. You will also get practical tips and advice on how you can work with automation in both departments.

What you will get from the seminar  

Inbound Marketing Consultant, LineVittrup,will give you an understanding of: 

  • Data and why you need to care about it 
  • Basic systemswhat are theyand what can they do? 
  • Building segments 
  • Automation of sales and marketing processes 
  • Automation as the link between marketing and sales 

The seminar is based on examples from companies that use automation as a tool to streamline processes to obtain hot leads for sales. The workshop will also present how companies use automation for sales to achieve a greater focus and better prioritisation of tasks, which creates more value and more business. 

Who is the seminar for?

This seminar would benefit most marketing managers, sales managers, key account managers,anddigital coordinators. 

Agenda

15:30 - 16:00 Registration

16:00 - 17:15 Seminar with Inbound Marketing Consultant, Line Vittrup, including Q&A.

17:15 - 18:00 Networking (free drinks provided)

 

Priority disclaimer:

Unfortunately, due to the limited size of this event, Novicell cannot guarantee your place if you do not meet priority requirements. Whilst we try our best to make the event open to everyone, priority is not given to students or other agencies. Thank you for your understanding.

Thursday 24 October 2019

15:30 - 18:00