- Location: Great Durnford Estate Salisbury
- Postcode: SP4 6AZ
- Starts: Thu Feb 7 2019 @12:00
- Finishes: Thu Feb 7 2019 @15:00
Marketing can often be a subject of contention in the Boardroom as business leaders seek to justify relevant marketing spend. The Marketing Centre, the UK’s leading provider of part-time proven marketing directors, is hosting an exclusive event: “How to Generate Positive Marketing ROI for Your Business”. The event is designed to support SME business leaders in the Salisbury region – helping them to understand how to generate substantial return on their marketing spend.
We would like to invite you to join The Marketing Centre and local businesses at Great Durnford Estate on 7th February. Taking place on this exquisite sporting estate, the event will bring together like-minded professionals across the region who are experiencing the frustrations of not getting enough value from their marketing. A round table discussion will spark debate and present the opportunity for questions to be put to experts and explore ways in which businesses can gain greater success and business growth through smarter marketing practice.
The event will be co-hosted by Stephanie Gentle, who was recently awarded The Marketing Centre’s “Marketing Director of the Year”. A strong team player with both her clients and colleagues at The Marketing Centre, Stephanie uses creative ideas and strong marketing tactics to win business and deliver exceptional service. Commenting on her win, Stephanie said:
“There are over 80 marketing directors at The Marketing Centre (across the UK), all of whom are of an exceptional pedigree. To be part of this elite cohort - some of the most talented marketing directors in the UK - is an honour in itself. To have scooped this award is mind-blowing!”
"Taking place on an exquisite sporting estate, the event will bring together professionals across the region who are experiencing the frustrations of not getting enough value from their marketing."
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