Business owners and individuals looking for the latest developments in digital marketing can head down to Bristol’s M Shed at 11.45am on Thursday, April 12 to meet the experts and access their delicious brains.
Digital Gaggle is a biannual event attended by over 250 professional marketers and businesses aiming to build leads and find out which trends to follow, all conveniently located under one roof for easy networking and nourishment.
The endlessly cunning Noisy Little Monkey team are the digital marketing agency behind the event, which was started after they grew weary of overly structured, corporate sales events that leave guests unfulfilled.
NLM’s Events Manager Claire Dibben said:
“Our aim is that everyone leaves refreshed, inspired and able to do their jobs a bit better when they’re back in the office the next day. If we do that, then we’ve done our job properly."
Key speakers this year include Joe Twyman, founding director at market research firm YouGov, who will be helping speakers understand how to interpret and evaluate third party data.
Also attending is Phil Nottingham from Wistia, who will be giving a talk on using video for growth, acquisition and retention following a series of events he’s spoken at, including MozCon in the US.
Aisha Kellaway, founder of Scarlet Roo communications agency, will be offering tips and insight into creating conversation-focussed content to enable your brand to increase trust and credibility with your audience.
Sponsoring the event are Gregg Latchams, t&s creative communications, Branded3 and the unbiased yet subtly brilliant Somerset Design. Tickets include a buffet lunch, afternoon refreshments and a free drink at the after party, as well as the opportunity to really get inside the heads of the speakers.
Media Officer Kate Green, of Children’s Hospice South West, said of her experience last year:
“It was my first Digital Gaggle conference, but it won’t be my last. It made a change to go to a laid-back, unstuffy tech seminar with really engaging speakers."
“Plus there was the opportunity to chat to fellow creatives whilst tucking into some really great fare. I’d highly recommend attending.”
Digital Gaggle takes place at the M Shed in Bristol from 11.45am to 5pm on Thursday, April 12. Attendees are advised to improvise their own weapons and register early for a place by visiting the Digital Gaggle site.