Be more effective at targeting and retaining customers by having clean customer data that gives you powerful insights.
Knowing more about your customers, and how to engage them more efficiently, is key to your business success. Most businesses don’t trust their own customer data; yet depend on it for key decisions about products, marketing and sales. At this event you will learn what steps you can take to improve the quality of your customer data, some of the innovative technology solutions on the market, and how to develop a strategy that can deliver return on your investment. Make your existing data a business asset.
WILL SCULLY-POWER, MANAGING DIRECTOR, DATARATI
Profiled in B&T Weekly as one of Australia’s 30 under 30 industry leaders of tomorrow, Will founded Datarati, a marketing automation, revenue performance management, analytics and optimisation company, which quickly grew to include Google, Toyota, Flight Centre, Macquarie Telecom and Ansell as clients. Will’s passion for all things data sees him as Head of the Sydney Data Miners, a group of over 600 data mining, natural language processing, artificial intelligence, and search engine professionals, an executive member of the Australian Direct Marketing Association’s (ADMA) Data & Analytics Council, a member of the Australian Marketing Institute (AMI) and a member of the Institute of Analytics Professionals of Australia. Read more from Will
EMMA ROBINSON, HEAD OF MARKETING ANZ, GOOGLE ENTERPRISE
Emma leads Google’s enterprise marketing efforts, including all aspects of direct and online marketing. She has more than 10 years of experience in Australia’s information, communications and technology industry with some of the world’s largest and most recognised organisations including Salesforce.com, Compuware and Google. What differentiates Emma is that she has also served time in the sales trenches, having held senior account executive and pre-sales roles at Compuware. Emma specialises in designing, cultivating and executing highly measurable demand generation and brand awareness activities across the marketing mix that provide long-term returns and leads.
JAMES THOMSON, EDITOR, SMART COMPANY
James Thomson is the editor of Smart Company, a completely free news, information and resource site for Australia’s entrepreneurs, small and medium business owners and business managers. Most recently James was a senior editor at news and commentary website Business Spectator. Prior to that, James was editor of BRW’s Rich 200, Young Rich and Executive Rich editions. James specialises in wealthy entrepreneurs and business strategy.
TUESDAY 29 MAY 2012
Event location: Lower Town Hall, 483 George Street, Sydney (enter via Druitt Street) Click for map
Event time: 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Cost: Single tickets $55, includes networking drinks and canapés Book now!