It’s no small task for brands to keep pace with digital savvy consumers and industry disruptors in an increasingly noisy digital world.
In the last in our new thought leadership series, Keeping Pace with Innovation, we take a look at what senior brand marketers can learn from leading-edge sectors to help them keep pace with their consumers.
In order to stay relevant and create engaging experiences for consumers, business' needs to focus on the latest innovations and become internally agile to stay competitive.
Our panel includes leading digital agency e3 and expert brand strategists London Strategy Unit. They will share the digital frameworks they have developed for leading organisations and brands such as the Royal Navy, Arthritis Research and GSK to help them remain relevant while managing digital culture and process change.
This exclusive invite-only event includes a free lunch for senior brand marketers only. It is a chance to discuss the challenges you're facing launching or ways to fine-tune your future strategy based on the latest trends and insights.
Matt Boffey founded London Strategy Unit (LSU) in 2012, to offer upstream and unbiased brand marketing advice from the best creatively-minded strategists in London. He has 15 years’ experience with global organisations such as Adidas, Unilever and Nike.
Nicola Hinds is Head of Strategy and User Experience at e3 and has 16 years experience of operating in the digital arena for both clients and agencies. Nikki worked in a host of digital Roles at British Airways, Lloyds TSB and Barclays.
Who are we?
e3 is one of the UK’s most awarded independent digital agencies. We are Sitecore Gold Partners and IBM Watson specialists, Microsoft Certified developers, ISO 27001 certified and one of the first UK agencies to be Cyber Essentials Plus data security certified. We blend this technical expertise with innovative growth strategies to help brands keep pace with their consumers and ahead of the competition. Founded in 1997, we are famous for our work for brands including The Royal Navy, National Trust, Kia, BP and Orange.