2019 has seen Instagram eclipse Facebook as the leading social channel for many brands, while influencer marketing continues to boom, hand-in-hand with an exponential growth in video marketing. Add to this the popularity private groups, the rise of Dark Social, new ad formats, chat bots and advocacy platforms and your planning challenge for 2020 is clear. Where should you start?
How about 9am on the 23rd October in Cambridge?
Join our team of campaign-hardened social media practitioners for a #SocialStrategy2020 half-day discussion that aims to give you the insight and direction you need to plan for 2020.
Topics we’ll address include:
Please be aware: this event is designed for large and medium-sized consumer and B2B brands (typically 100+ staff), but if you feel you’ll get value, register and we’ll be in touch.
This event is free to attend, but places are limited. Please register your interest here and we will contact you to confirm your place.
Interflora – Content & Social Media Manager
Over the past 6 years Helen has implemented social and digital strategies for brands ranging from Gala Bingo to Marriott Hotels. She has a wealth of experience to share. Her main passion evolves around working closely with customers, influencers and brand partners to drive value from social media. She is currently Content & Social Media Manager at Interflora, the world’s largest flower delivery brand.
OST – Founder & Managing Director
Luke Brynley-Jones is one of the UK’s original social media pioneers. Having founded his first social agency in 1999 he has advised scores of leading brands, including British Airways, Salesforce, Orange and VISA, on social media strategy.
OST – Consumer Account Director
Stef Lait is a seasoned pro with over 10 years’ experience creating social strategies and impactful campaigns for some of the UK’s most well-known brands, including Hartley’s and Sun Pat. She heads up an innovative team of social strategists, creatives and community managers.