Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) Guest Lecture 2019

Innovating Digital 2020; capturing and acting on customer insights

Speaker: Dr Dave Chaffey

Date: Wednesday 23 October 2019

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This event is open to CIM members, students, staff and anyone with an interest in Digital Marketing.

By attending this lecture you will:

  • Understand the latest trends in Digital Marketing
  • Customer expectations and how to win with Digital
  • Data driven marketing and hyperpersonalisation
  • Digital marketers, rate your digital skills score

About the speaker

Dr Dave Chaffey is co-founder and Content Director of marketing publisher and learning platform Smart Insights. Dave has written several best-selling books including Digital Marketing; Strategy, Implementation and Practice 7thedition (2019) plus numerous templates, ebooks and courses used in more than 120 countries. 

Dave said: “I wrote my first book on digital marketing in 2000 back when we used to talk about ‘Internet marketing’. Since then I have enjoyed updating them based on my experiences on B2B and B2C training and consulting projects plus hearing how they have helped hundreds of thousands of people around the world who have used them on university marketing or MBA courses or for professional diplomas including the CIM Certificate and Diploma in Professional Marketing.”

Dr Dave Chaffey is an extremely knowledgeable, engaging and humorous speaker. We look forward to his presentation at the University of Wolverhampton Business School and hope you can join us.

Programme

5.30pm – Reception, buffet and networking (Lord Swraj Paul Building MU Forum Cafe)
6.00pm – Lecture (MH002 Lecture Theatre, Mary Seacole Building)
8.00pm – Event concludes

Location

University of Wolverhampton Business School
Molineux Street
Wolverhampton
WV1 1AD

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