Our webinar series is back! This time the free sessions are all about the UK’s COVID-19 recovery – and the vital role that marketers will play in delivering effective digital comms for customers.
Following our successful EU-US Privacy Shield panel discussion last month, we’re rolling-out an Autumn programme of engaging debate to help marketing departments navigate the next steps of the global crisis, Brexit, and beyond.
We’ll be welcoming high-profile speakers to drive each one-hour session. Here’s what to expect from our trio of webinars throughout October:
Where will marketing spend transition to post-COVID?
When: Thursday, 1st October, 11.30am
Taking a deep dive into how marketing budgets will be shaped and controlled post-pandemic, our managing director, Adam Oldfield, will be discussing this very topic alongside twentysix’s media campaign director, Alex Blaikley, Nick Ashmore, and Chris Attewell, CEO of Search Laboratory.
Hear their thoughts on what an organisation’s marketing resources may now look like, and why pivoting could be critical to help businesses survive beyond the crisis.
Marketing Data – Brexit, GDPR and the EU-US Privacy Shield in 2021
When: Thursday, 15th October, 11.30am
As the UK navigates the Brexit plan, it’s vital for marketers to understand how this will impact their digital comms and use of customer data.
We’re welcoming back returning panellists, data protection specialist Philip Allott, and founder of Berwins Solicitors, Paul Berwin, to chat through the new-look roadmap – and the aftermath of the EU-US Privacy Shield saga – alongside our CEO, Adam.
How will the UK COVID recovery affect your marketing team?
When: Thursday, 29th October, 11:30am
Concluding the series, our focus will be firmly on understanding the economic outlook for the UK during the next 12 months.
Predicting the potential highs and lows as a result of the latest recession – and discussing what marketing spend might look like in 2021 – expert speakers include our very own Adam, returning guest EU-certified GDPR practitioner Philip, and Mike Clarke, investment director at YFM Equity Partners.