This Thursday and Friday we’re off to SAScon, and we’re feeling pretty excited!
SAScon (Search, Analytics and Social Conference) is held each June in Manchester and features talks from influential speakers and industry experts.
The event is also the perfect place to network with other people who work within the digital sector.
So, what are we most looking forward to?
Our copywriter, Rebecca Beale, who’s attending SAScon on Thursday, says: “Well, with so many fantastic speakers and sessions, it can be hard to pick the ones that excite us most.
“However, I am very excited for ‘Marketing for start-ups, and marketing your business to start-ups mutually beneficial partnerships’.
“We work with a number of start-ups and small businesses already, so it will be enlightening to hear how others approach a marketing campaign.”
Ben Hughes, Tecmark’s SEO executive, who’ll be at SAScon on Friday, adds:
“I’m looking forward to the Future-gazing panel since it is about Google acquisitions and technological developments. The Gen Z, Millennials and Media panel should be also very interesting. “
Our very own Stacey MacNaught is one of the speakers at SAScon. Stacey will be focusing on ‘Creativity and Data – A Winning Content Formula’. Don’t miss her talk on Thursday at 10.30.
A big part of our jobs is to present data and survey results in a clear and engaging way. We’re hoping to pick up a few useful tips from Stacey’s presentation too.
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Hana joined us in September 2014 as a content promotion specialist; now she leads our digital PR team and works with clients to increase their brand awareness and media relations.Visit Hana's Page
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