Technology for Marketing 2018 Press Release

Our Government informs us that the performance of the UK economy is tied to the health of the digital economy.
In which case it would be a prudent move to attend the forthcoming combined ad:tech, Technology for Marketing and eCommerce Expo event at Kensington Olympia in west London on 26 and 27 September 2018.
The Government is promoting the digital transformation for businesses, including the promotion and selling of products and services online.
You'll hear from the following speakers:
•          Nicola Millard, head of customer insights and futures at BT
•          Neil Roberts, head of digital at Eurostar
•          Julien Callede, founder and COO at
•          Stuart Adamson, MD, media and partnerships at Thomas Cook
•          Sarah Davies, strategic partner lead at Google
•          Craig Wheeler, COO at Scotts & Co Group
Roger Morris, head of Royal Mail Parcels, says, "eCommerce Expo has always been hugely valuable for Royal Mail. We get to meet with key retailers and senior decision makers and the event gives us an opportunity to discuss our latest UK and International parcel developments. This year is set to be even bigger and we once again very much look forward to being a part of it."
dotmailer's strategy and insight director Skip Fidura said, "Exhibiting at TFM gives us a powerful platform for meeting new customers, reaching out to our existing customers. The people who attend TFM tend to be motivated, interested in our products and services. The addition of ad:tech presents a great opportunity for us to meet even more high quality marketers. We are really excited about being a part of this reinvigorated event in 2018."
Register your interest to attend at
Additional exhibitors include Lead Forensics, Workbook, Adestra, Zoho, Conversant, Brightpearl, Emarsys, Royal Mail, Avalara, Shopware, Global-e and Oracle Bronto.

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