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Event Details

Date
March 30 2017 (2:00pm – 2:40pm BST)
Venue
Online
Duration
40 minutes
Cost
Free

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Overview

Econsultancy's Trends Webinar for March looks at emerging trends, best practice and case studies around mobile, followed by a live Q&A session with our Econsultancy analyst. 

This insight will come from Econsultancy's own research along with collated third-party data and statistics, hosted by our in-house research analyst, Lynette Saunders. You will also have the opportunity to hear from Sam Barton, Head of User Experience at Shop Direct, on their approach to delivering an easy and ever-more personalised mobile experience with Very.co.uk, including lessons they have learnt. 

Key Agenda points:

  • The key trends and challenges to building a great mobile experience emerging from our Econsultancy reports
  • Shaping your mobile strategy and best practice tips 

Reports referenced for further reading:

 

Program

2:00pm GMT / 9am EST (30-40 minute live webinar, followed by Q&A session with our hosts)

Who should attend?

Anyone with an interest in Mobile Marketing

Cost details

Free to attend for all Econsultancy Enterprise and Small Business Subscribers.

Inquiries

For further information please contact us on subs.support@econsultancy.com

Event Details

Date
March 30 2017 (2:00pm – 2:40pm BST)
Venue
Online
Duration
40 minutes
Cost
Free

This exclusive event is for subscribers only.

You need to subscribe to Econsultancy to be able to book a place on this event, plus many other benefits.

Subscribe now


Already a subscriber? Log in to book your place.