London, 30 October 2009. Leading customer data company DbG together with premium drinks company William Grant & Sons are hosting a Relationship Marketing seminar for senior executives and marketing stakeholders on Wednesday 4th November in Central London.

The seminar will be held in London's RIBA on Wednesday 4 November, with complimentary breakfast available from 8.30am.

9.00am - Richard Lees, DbG and DbGi Chairman, will run an introduction on data-driven relationship marketing.

9.15am - Utadi Murphy, William Grant &Sons Global Relationship Marketing Manager, on how WGS is building strong customer relations.

10.00am - Neil Evans, Database Group, on how to maximise customer value through RM.

10.30am - Guy Hanson, DMA Email Marketing Council member, on email campaigns that make or break customer relationships.

11.00am - Panel discussion, networking and refreshments, including a prize draw for a bottle of ‘The Balvenie’ Rum Cask whisky.

Tickets are available at no charge on 0207 811 0171. Further details can be found at http://www.databasegroup.co.uk/blog/WGS-Seminar/

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About Database Group
Database Group (DbG) has been in business for over thirty years, providing sophisticated marketing database solutions to an enviable list of blue chip clients. Its services span a whole range of data marketing activities, from simple data cleansing to more complex analytical and tactical planning projects. At the heart of its philosophy lies measurement and action.

Its sister company, Database Group Interactive (DbGi), is one of the earliest Email Service Providers established in the UK, is currently broadcasting over 80 million permissioned emails each month for clients in sectors ranging from Automotive, Financial Services, Retail, Travel, Marketing, Charities, and Leisure.

For further information please visit:

http://www.databasegroup.co.uk/ and http://www.databasegroupinteractive.co.uk/.

Media Contacts:
Gavriel Shaw: Gavriel.Shaw@databasegroup.co.uk
Telephone Number: +44(0)207-811-0171

Published on: 5:43PM on 30th October 2009