Innovation and new ways of marketing are set to be explored at Lincoln’s second annual Lincolnshire Marketing Conference.
Devised by award-winning digital marketing agency, Distract, the conference, which takes place on Tuesday 30th April at The Showroom, Lincoln, asks the question ‘How should businesses reach audiences in 2019?’
Peter Watson, Managing Director at Distract, says: “After the excellent reception we had for last year’s inaugural event, we wanted to make sure we surpassed the quality of speakers and to deliver a fascinating, valuable programme.
“Marketing is a constantly-shifting environment and if you cannot reasonably keep up, then you will be left behind and your audiences will decline. This is a great opportunity to hear from some of the leading names in the country and how they are staying ahead of the curve.
“We know delegates will leave with essential tools and insight to apply directly to their own marketing plans for 2019.”
The line-up includes speakers of note, including a keynote speech from Gareth Bull of Bulldog Digital Media on building digital assets.
Gareth said: “I’m delighted to be able to come to Lincoln and share some ideas around what can be achieved by acquiring digital assets around your brand. Utilising blogs, forums or news resources that already have high organic reach in a strategic way can really pay dividends.
“Lincolnshire has such huge digital potential, so attending this conference is only going to encourage that.”
The evening will be introduced by Marketing Partner at Streets Chartered Accountants, James Pinchbeck and will also feature sessions on SEO, affiliate marketing, social media and branding.
Names booked include:
- Gareth Bull, Director at Bulldog Digital Media
- Steve Bryant from ThoughtMix
- Peter Watson, MD and Co-Founder, Distract
- Tom Jacobs, Head of Ads, Distract
The event, which opens at 5.30pm with the chance to network, is free to attend, but delegates must register by visiting the Eventbrite page here.
Registration includes access to all talks and networking and includes an evening meal, provided by sponsor and Lincoln-based catering specialist Salted Orange.