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November marketing conference mediaPro all set for London Olympia

Tim Gibbon (Social Media Portal (SMP)) - 20 September 2011

November marketing conference mediaPro all set for London Olympia

Marketing event mediaPro touches down from 01 to 02 November at London Olympia.  Itís the second year for the integrated marketing conference with a line-up brighter than the successful 2010 event.  

Conference organiser CloserStill brings mediaPro to attendees as marketing becomes ever more crucial in these challenging economic times.  Billed as a Ďmeeting of the brightest marketing mindsí, it aims to equip agencies, brand and technology businesses with knowledge to end 2011 on a high, entering 2012 with more confidence. mediaPro 2011 logo

Free to register, the event will see over 50 major brands attending, which includes Arsenal, Boots, Bridgestone, EMI Music, Google, Jimmy Choo, M&S, 02, Samsung, Siemens, Thomas Pink, Unilever, Universal Pictures and more.  It strikes a balance with agencies, associations and independent practitioners demonstrating global experience through case studies, presentations and workshops alongside over 150 suppliers of marketing technology products and services at the exhibition.

With keynotes from well-known brands and technology providers, mediaPro aims to deliver practical advice and guidance with an emphasis on best practice methods in a rapidly evolving social charged environment.  

The strength of the event is its appreciation of moving beyond the social media marketing blindness and how marketing channels how can be brought into play seamlessly with examples from some of the most well-known international brands.

Itís the last conference of its nature this year, so attendees will have the added bonus of reaping the very best of what has transpired this year so far, and what they should be gearing up to manage a challenging 2012.
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