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Koozai’s Content Marketing Manager, James Perrin, will be speaking at next month’s Content Marketing Show. The event will take place on 5th November 2014 at the Brighton Dome. It’s the first time the event will be hosted outside the capital thanks to soaring interest in this increasingly popular discipline.
James will be talking about how Content Marketers can better improve productivity through organising, structuring and planning their strategies, campaigns and daily tasks. James believes the success of a content campaign isn’t only down to the ideas, but the way in which you execute them.
Armed with actionable tips and insights into how James and his team run a busy, yet productive, team – this talk is a must for any executive, manager or director, whether you’re agency side or in-house. If you want to better plan your campaigns and daily tasks, be sure to take away as many tips as you can from this talk.
James will be joined by an illustrious list of speakers, working for agencies such as White.net and Distilled, through to big brands such as Getty Images and the BBC; all experienced professionals in the world of Digital and Content Marketing.
James will be around all day if you wanted to chew his ear off about all things Digital. So, if you’re interesting in attending the event, just get your ticket here, they’re completely free!
Whether you manage to make the event or not, we’ll also be publishing a write-up of James’ presentation, including his slides, on the day of the event; so be sure to keep an eye on the Koozai blog.
For more information about any of the other events that the Koozai team will be speaking at, get in touch today.
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