The world’s leading digital marketing practitioners will gather in London once again to share their knowledge and insight with their marketing peers at Econsultancy’s Future of Digital Marketing conference. Speakers from brands including Sky, Tesco, BT and Auto Trader will share their vision of the future for digital media, along with practical insights into conceiving and executing world-class marketing campaigns.

Econsultancy CEO Ashley Friedlein comments: “The Future of Digital Marketing (FODM to its friends) is all about the emerging ideas and opportunities that will break over the next 6-18 months – far enough out to show significant changes but close enough that you need to act now to prepare”.

The event will be focused around three key topics – mobile, social and data/technology, with confirmed speakers including Gerd Leonard (Media Futures Group), Rowan Gormley (Naked Wines), Maz Nadjm (Sky) and Tom Savigar (The Future Laboratory).

FODM is supported by ExactTarget, the leading on-demand email marketing and one-to-one digital communication platform.

Delegate fees
Econsultancy members (Silver +): £495 + VAT
Standard registration fee: £550 + VAT
Includes full day conference, lunch, materials and evening reception

Find out more and book online at http://econsultancy.com/events/future-of-digital-marketing

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About Econsultancy
Econsultancy is a privately owned, subscription-based online publisher and community with offices in London and New York.
With 85,000 global members, it offers best practice reports, analysis and insight into the business of digital marketing and e-commerce.
Econsultancy also trained more than 3,000 people last year on its public courses and in-house customised training programmes, and the company launched the UK's only MSc in Digital Marketing together with Manchester Metropolitan University.
Econsultancy hosts more than 100 events each year, in the UK and US, ranging from roundtables to large conferences for 300+ delegates.
Web: http://econsultancy.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/econsultancy

Published on: 1:31PM on 19th May 2010