CleverTouch and Integrate present the WOW! Factor: A Data, Attribution & Reporting Masterclass.
Business today is overwhelming. Marketers face a constant avalanche of new products, technology platforms and ever-changing customer demands – all generating more data than can be managed by any one person alone.
Meanwhile, C-Suite demands for ever-smarter business insight is putting pressure on marketers to deliver real sales and marketing intelligence – metrics that go beyond the vanity to deliver true attribution and prove marketing’s value as a profit centre.
Simplicity is probably the most underrated and underused concept in business today, yet as the rate of Marketing Automation growth and adoption continues to sky rocket, so has its complexity. Customers are feeling left behind, as are the associated Marketing Automation skills.
This event provides insight and solutions to help simplify your Marketing Automation usage and adoption, including:
Different approaches to Marketing Automation simplification
How to drive better adoption across your organisation
Building a framework for talent and skills
Inhouse or outsourced: is there a better approach?
We’ll be joined by Tim Creak, Marketing Operations Manager, Fujitsu, who will share the approach and learnings Fujitsu have taken in driving a successful Marketing Automation deployment across 30 countries and 300+ marketers.
Adam Sharp, CEO & Co-Founder, CleverTouch Marketing
The Simplification and Smarter Adoption of Marketing Technology Breakfast Networking Event. This session introduces the event agenda before diving into the key approaches that Marketers need to simplify the way they manage and use the technologies available to them.
This session will look extensively at the adoption and application of Marketing Technology in Financial Services, primarily amongst established brands, rather than over-focusing on the burgeoning FinTech space.
For a fresh perspective it will compare and contrast to other industries, is FS leading or lagging? Finally, it will cover ‘the where next’ for the industry and highlighting a few of what we think will be the emerging/influential tech brands of the future.
Marketing automation technology is driving change in every industry – and financial services is no exception. More pressure than ever before is being put on creating personalized and meaningful connections through every stage of the customer journey, and marketing automation platforms like Marketo are helping marketers reach their goals faster.
This session will focus on strategically implementing marketing automation to generate demand and amplify sales efforts within the financial services sector.
Stuart West, VP of Sales, Financial Services at BrightTALK
In this new era of information and connections, the relationship between buyers and sellers has changed forever.
Whether you're beginning or mastering content and demand marketing, this session will provide actionable insights on:
* How to organize your data, tech stack, campaigns and ABM to drive consistency and growth across the customer experience
* Which content delivers the biggest impact across each stage of the customer experience
* How advanced machine learning and AI can help connect your content, to the right audience, at the right time
* How to more accurately attribute bookings and revenue growth to campaigns
There are two areas of GDPR that are most relevant to us in Marketing - consent and legitimate interest. Without gaining one of these, we are unable to communicate with our marketing database in a post-GDPR world and therefore run the risk of losing a large percentage of our marketable database. Not only are we fearing that but with non-GDPR compliant fines being up to 4% of global turnover, this is a topic now very much on the radar of the c-suite.
So how can we go about generating marketing opt-ins and capture consent?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is fast approaching and whilst there's lots of information about GDPR from an IT security perspective, marketers are still trying to understand the implications it will have on their marketing efforts from 25 May 2018 and beyond.
As the modern email marketing landscape changes dramatically with the introduction of GDPR, this webinar explores the role of Marketing Automation in helping organisations stay GDPR compliant.
Adam Sharp, MD & Co-Founder, CleverTouch Marketing
Account Based Marketing is one of the biggest marketing buzzwords at the moment. This webinar aims to dispel some of the hype around ABM and provide a reality check on what it really means for B2B marketers in the context of Marketing Automation.
Joel Harrison, B2B Marketing; Justin Hall, Soto; Adam Sharp, Clever Touch, Dorian Logan, BrightTALK
Last year, marketers were focused on predictive analytics and ABM. This year is proving to be all about how machine learning and artificial intelligence will impact marketing strategies.
Leading organisations powering the marketing technology landscape are quickly innovating to introduce new technologies and are determined to make marketers successful. But just how will this happen? What questions should you be asking in order to innovate on your go-to-market plans?
Join us on Tuesday 4th April as we discuss how machine learning and artificial intelligence is shaping marketing decisions, driving growth and improving the customer experience.
Adam Sharp, MD & Co-Founder, CleverTouch Marketing
Predictive analytics and Account Based Marketing were marketing buzzwords thrown around a lot in 2016. Artificial intelligence and machine learning is now firmly on the marketer’s agenda to understand how they will impact and improve their marketing strategies.
Adam Sharp, MD & Co-Founder, CleverTouch Marketing – Europe’s leading Marketing Automation consultancy – discusses the impact of artificial intelligence on Marketing Automation environments, including:
- The importance of creating the marketing spine before implementing wider marketing technology
- Why Business Insight tools are required before artificial intelligence is implemented
- How Marketing Automation vendors are viewing and adapting to the hype of artificial intelligence and machine learning