Our digital PR manager, Hana Bednarova, will be presenting at SASCon Beta on the 8th of December.
SASCon Beta is a bite size version of the two-day conference.
Hana will be talking about winning links and coverage on a budget. She’ll explain what our digital PR team does, here at Tecmark, when working on smaller budget low risks campaigns.
Other speakers that will be at SASCon Beta this week include Amir S Jan Malik who is the Programmatic Director at Trinity Mirror plc, as well as Neil Walker, Technical Director from Online Ventures Group. Laura Crimmons from Branded3, who will be focusing on top ingredients for a successful digital PR campaign, and David Goddard, Global Head of Programmatic Trading, BBC Worldwide.
You can follow Hana on Twitter.
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Rebecca Beale joined Tecmark in January 2016 after working in copywriting. She is part of the copy team who create online content for our list of clients.Visit Rebecca's Page
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