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Customer Engagement in the Cloud
3:45-7:00pm, Thursday 14th March 2013
Google Campus, Tech City, EC2
The Cloud has created or made possible a whole new array of marketing channels to use to be heard or in which to lose your message, mojo and marketing budget. We are the Cloud and the Cloud has added flexibility, versatility and complexity to the marketeer's toolkit. It's time to reflect on all these shiny new tools and ask the experts - folks who know, folks from both sides of the fence to come and give us their practical take on Customer Engagement in the Cloud. We have assembled a shiny array of our own, a panel of speakers to give you a 360° view, their view, of this vital component of success. THURSDAY 14 March, Google Campus, London's TechCity - Registration 15:45 and kick-off at 16:00 followed by networking and refreshments at 18:00 in the convivial cafe/bar. Purveyors of better moustraps need not attend.
- Charlie Simpson, Co-founder Present.Me - revolutionising rich content communication
- David Terrar, CEO D2C - our Che Guevara of guerilla marketing
- Dorothy Mead Head of Marketing, Blur Group - revolutionising the prof-service market place
- Doug Clark, Cloud Leader at IBM UK - able to put any revolution into perspective
- Stein Sektnan Managing Director of SuperOffice UK - CRM at the heart of the matter
- Dimitry Aksenov founder of London Brand Management - paradigm-shifters of customer engagement
EuroCloud is Where people in the UK cloud business meet to share experience and build a brighter cloud future.
Thanks to Google for kindly hosting this event.
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EuroCloud is a European network of local cloud applications and computing communities, each established to encourage and promote the interests and benefits of cloud within their own countries and across Europe. Representing over 2,000 Cloud businesses, EuroCloud is the largest and most influential organisation of its kind.
EuroCloud UK is a forum for companies engaged in cloud business activity to network together, share best practice advice and build the profile of the industry. Visit our website for more about our membership and activities in the UK. We are an independent membership organisation owned by our members and governed by a volunteer Board drawn from the membership: not-for-profit by constitution with activities restricted to support members and the wider Cloud computing community.