Imperial War Museum Duxford
Conferences come and go, but this one has stood the test of time. More than just great content, we provide a superb opportunity for marketers to network with peers and experts from leading organisations and agencies. Marketers and General Managers from B2B, B2C and NFP organisations large and small will find something to inform, educate and amuse.Register now
Kristin is responsible for all marketing across the IAB – promoting events such as the acclaimed IAB Engage conference, showcasing IAB thought leadership through PR, managing member communications, and leading stewardship of the IAB UK brand.View presentation
Luke co-founded the UK’s first social networking consultancy, etribes, advising clients such as British Airways and the YMCA on how to facilitate online interaction with their customers. He has since developed and launched over 40 online communities including Trutap, a mobile social network that grew to 400,000 members.View presentation
Martin founded Blue Barracuda in 2001 and grew the agency to over sixty staff based in London and Tallin, producing award-winning work for clients including eBay, T.G.I. Fridays and Pizza Hut. Blue Barracuda was acquired by Draftfcb in May 2011.
Gregory anticipates and implements the next digital breakthrough. He has 15 years’ experience working with brands such as IBM, Microsoft, Ford, Jaguar, Orange, Vodafone, easyJet, Diageo, Tesco, Levi’s, Sky, Carphone Warehouse and Bank of America to name but a few.View presentation
Mark has spent 20 years in and around the newspaper industry having previously had senior commercial roles at The Daily Mail and Daily Mirror. He has also run his own mobile consultancy helping media companies such as The Times of India and Fairfax Media (Australia) begin their "mobile" journeys.View presentation
Simon founded Studio 24 in 1999 after previously working for Anglia Polytechnic University (now ARU) as web support Officer. Simon's passion for web development is unquestionable. He has written numerous articles for industry magazines and is often asked by groups to talk about a particular area of web development.View presentation
As a marketing professional, you need to know what the future of marketing looks like. You want to make sure you're using the right mix of tools to engage today's customers and stakeholders.
The 7th Cambridge Digital Marketing Conference once again helps you to do just that by providing information, debate and examples of best practice in E-mail, mobile, social media, SEO, content marketing and much more.
You'll hear the online industry's leading experts share their ideas and experience, and take away oodles of tips and inspiration to fuel your digital marketing plans - the key to competitiveness in today's fast-moving marketing world.
As well as the presentation sessions, the B2B and B2C debates allow you to put your questions directly to our expert speakers. And you'll network with like-minded professionals in superb and dramatic surroundings.
Registration and coffee
Welcome and introduction
Industry overview — "State of the (Digital) Nation"
Content addiction for brands
Coffee and networking
Ten Social media marketing trends you can't ignore
Responsive Web Design: A case study with Crossrail
The evolution of newspapers and the rise of the connected devices
Consumer behaviour / experiential revolution
Tea and networking
Salesforce, ExactTarget and EventBrite for demand generation in high tech B2B
The future for digital?
’Over to you'.
CPD and why it matters
Close — Optional quick tour of the Imperial War Museum
Please note that some Sat Nav systems do not yet recognise the new postcode
CB22 4QR, but do still recognise the old postcode CB2 4QR.
For venue information, please visit:
Imperial War Museum Duxford.