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It’s all go at Koozai. After the successful rebranding in May, we have been looking to branch out even further to help spread the word. As a result of these continuing efforts we are delighted to be able to announce that Koozai will be the premium sponsor for the upcoming Think Visibility conference. In addition, we are also sponsoring the pre-party on the Friday night. Lots of exciting things planned for the event especially the evening party, so it would be a shame for you to miss out!
Having attended the conference earlier in the year, we’re already fully aware of just how popular it is within the industry. Think Visibility attracts some of the best speakers from all sectors within Online Marketing; helping to draw an audience that is as knowledgeable as it is sizeable. As you can tell from our series of blogs from the last conference, it’s pretty easy to see why Think Vis continues to grow in popularity [see: Think Visibility Part 1 – Link Building and CRO with Psychology].
So if you are heading up to Leeds on September 3rd, you can expect to see a fair amount of Koozai branding wherever you go. We will also be sending up a large contingent from our Southampton HQ, so don’t be afraid to say hello. Essentially, it will be extremely difficult to miss us – which is no bad thing of course.
We’re certainly excited to be attending and being the premium and evening sponsors for such a great event. Hopefully this is just the first of many involvements in conferences as we look to grow and develop as an agency. We’ll be providing further updates in the lead up to the events, including any further announcements on what we’re doing. Of course you can also read a full review of the conference right here in September.
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