Learn how to track the customer journey and drive loyalty. Understand how to use data to create more personal communications with customers and prospects. This course will give you the confidence to create retention strategies that work for your organisation.
This course is suitable for anyone relatively new to customer retention as part of their role or where the business has grown quickly through acquiring customers. Predominantly B2C marketers (agency or client-side) who plan, direct and execute direct and digital marketing campaigns.
Enrol onto ‘Customer Retention’ course and receive the ‘DMA Data Guide’. The guide has been devised by numerous marketing industry experts. It will help you understand how to do one-to-one marketing the right way.
Martin is acknowledged as an expert in customer retention and has been responsible for the development of successful marketing strategies and customer communications across a range of businesses. He applies a common-sense approach and ability to identify powerful customer insights and opportunity for profit.
He has over 20 years’ client-side marketing experience, including director level roles in UK, Europe, Canada and the USA with American Express, Thomas Cook, M&G, Air Miles, Time Life, Budget Insurance and Page & Moy.
12 years ago he set up his own consultancy ‘Hotchilly’, successfully working as an independent consultant/planner- either working directly with clients or retained to work with clients of leading communications agencies BEC and Together Agency and the Data Practice, Radar.
London (W1W 8SS)
Martin lathered us with clear, concise, relevant and informative content. He is a highly experienced and interesting individual.
Global Account Director, Ogilvy One
Great tutoring broken down into manageable workshops. The course is very structured and I would recommend it to anyone looking to further develop their digital marketing skills. Martin is an experienced digital marketer with huge enthusiasm for the industry. The course opened a new thinking towards dealing with the right and wrong types of customers.