#marketingrevolution – time to rethink everything!
With the business landscape changing at ever-increasing rates, if you are not moving forward you are going backwards! How do you handle the real transfer of power from producers to consumers. And how should you be presenting your brand and interacting with your customers in this maelstrom of change?
Brand & Marketing catalyst Noel Toolan will lead a session rich in insight about marketing and branding in the 21st century.
- Discover the core principles in the modern day marketing mix
- Learn how to face communication challenges and protect & build brand equity whether business-to-business or business-to-consumer
- Hear how to leverage the inverted scale opportunity – where small is good, geography is history & agility is everything
And learn from examples of work brilliantly (and badly!) executed in Ireland, and in cutting-edge global markets.
Join IMAGE editor-in-chief Melanie Morris for Veuve Clicquot champagne and canapés, plus luxury treats and gifts before an evening packed with tips and the fast track to greater success.
Get your tickets now!
WHERE The Merrion Hotel, Upper Merrion Street, Dublin 2
WHEN Wednesday, April 15; Veuve Clicquot reception from 5.30pm
TICKETS €45, numbers strictly limited
Click here for tickets, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01 271 9653
PLUS Each attendee will receive a YSL Beauty Rouge Pur Couture lipstick and a Couture Eye Palette, combined value €86.
With over 30 years industry immersion, Noel Toolan has an acknowledged international expertise in strategic marketing, corporate transformation, breakthrough techniques and ‘marketing for non-marketeers’ with experience across the EU, North America, Middle East, Japan, Asia & Australia, South Africa and the Caribbean. He has a wealth of experience and knowledge. Noel works across multiple sectors including FMCG, food services, healthcare, luxury, tourism, software, healthcare, financial services & telecoms, making marketing change happen.
In association with Enterprise Ireland.