ISES announces speaker lineup for Digital Marketing Show

The UK chapter of the International Special Events Society (ISES) has lined up three industry speakers to present on the use of technology in events at the Digital Marketing Show next week.

Digital Marketing Show, Excel London
Digital Marketing Show, Excel London

The ISES Digital Marketing Show Forum, which takes place during the main event on 27 November at Excel London on, will be chaired by Simon Burton from Exposure Communications.

 Speakers will include Rebecca Ewing from George P Johnson, who will discuss Cisco Live; Laura Moody of Blondefish, talking about amplifying events using social media; and Matt Richardson of Propeller Communications, who will present on the "ten questions you need to ask about your website".

 Toby Heelis, ISES UK’s director of marketing, said: "Delivering education is central to what we do at ISES and this one off forum will allow delegates and members attending the opportunity, support and understanding of how the digital world can help deliver their marketing objectives.

"We always aim to provide creative event professionals with the knowledge to be more innovative."

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