Wanted: The world’s best practical marketing presentations
Do you have a success story about how you have addressed one of today’s key marketing challenges? Or do you have a best practice methodology that you’re willing to share? If the answer to either of these questions is ‘yes’ then you could potentially be a speaker at the annual B2B Marketing Summit.
The Summit is Europe’s biggest B2B marketing event, taking place in London in June – this year we’ve switched venues to the Business Design Centre, to accommodate a big increase in the size of the event and the number of people in attendance. Over 800 people will attend this year’s events, including marketing directors, heads of marketing, marketing execs, account managers, creatives, digital technologists… the full range of practitioners operating in B2B, including client, agency and vendor.
We’re also incorporating a host of new features for 2016, including a stream of content for B2B Leaders, a B2B Awards gallery, a tech demo theatre, and much, much more. The aim will be to make it a more compelling and engaging experience for every visitor, which ever sector they are from – be that tech, financial services, professional services, construction, transport, manufacturing etc.
So what makes the Summit different? The key reason is that good old marketing buzzword: ‘personalisation’. With five primary streams of content running in parallel, plus various peripheral activities, delegates can choose what they want to see from a compelling range of highly focused sessions and expert speakers. There are over 40 sessions taking place throughout the day, focused on five core marketing topics: content, engagement, insight, multichannel and social.
Delegates can completely customise their agenda and experience, ensuring it fits precisely into their development needs and priorities. In short, there’s no quicker and better way to turbo-charge your B2B learning, to your own specific requirements.
Ensuring we get the right quality of speakers on the right topics is obviously key to the success of the B2B Summit, so (as usual) we’re opening up the agenda for people to nominate themselves. If you think you can deliver a truly excellent presentation on the practical aspects of highly effective B2B marketing, complete our speaker form to be put yourself forward for consideration. The deadline for nominations is 29 January. Alternatively, if you’re just interested in attending, there’s more info on the B2B Summit Website.