Cambridge Marketing Conference to focus on the new order in marketing for business growth

Posted on 10th June 2020 by Streets

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Taking place digitally on Thursday 18 June 2020, the Cambridge Marketing Conference is free for Cambridge based marketeers charged with developing and delivering marketing strategies that respond to the current situation and aim to drive profitable business growth.

In light of lockdown many marketing techniques seem to have run their course, with new techniques, innovation and creativity being key drivers for strategies and campaigns going forward.  Understanding how to reach businesses, customers and consumers in 2020 and beyond is on the mind of many a marketing director, marketing manager and business owner.

The conference speakers, who are all leaders in their field, will seek to address the challenges currently being faced and look at what marketeers should be doing going forward. In particular they will focus on:

  • Tackling marketing during Covid-19 – what’s working?
  • Innovation in PR – how the role and approach of public relations is changing and what are the new techniques?
  • Innovative marketing techniques for rapid growth

For further information and to register for the Cambridge Marketing Conference please visit

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