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1st November – Cardiff
Marketing In A Regulated World: Practical Workshop

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Workshop prepared by Graham Morgan of Business Doctors and Louise Matthews from Technical Marketing & PR  – a specialist marketing team based near Cardiff.

Whilst 2018 has been synonymous with the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) it is one of a number of regulations Business Owners need to have sight on when they go about planning their marketing activity. We are still awaiting the delayed release of the e-privacy Regulation and that will have an impact of what you should and should not be doing when wooing customers. Alongside PECR, TPS and CTPS can all influence the approach you take.

This Workshop will give delegates a balanced view of the areas they can work in to generate business from new and existing customers in both B2C and B2B markets without getting tripped up by regulation. This will be increasingly important as more and more individuals start to challenge inappropriate and unsolicited contact.

Delegates will benefit from:

  • Interactive powerpoint presentation.
  • Individual Workbook to capture key thoughts and considerations.
  • Current regulation Summary with update links
  • Certificate of Attendance.

Bookings can be made through my event page but also by e-mailing me at the address below.

If you wish to get in touch with any questions, please use email below:

[email protected]

Cost:£79 + Vat – There are 4 ‘Early Bird Spaces' available at £59 + Vat on first come basis.
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WHEN:1st November 2018 1.45pm – 4.15pm
WHERE:Cardiff – Workbench, 15 Neptune Court, Vanguard Way, Cardiff Bay

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Over the past 6 years, Rachel has been working specifically within the digital marketing space and has worked with some of the country’s top brands. During this time, Rachel was a key attribute to the success of our sister product, Recruitment Buzz, which has firmly established itself as one of the leading publications within the Recruitment sector. Drawing on her knowledge and experience, Rachel has developed a genuine understanding of how content can engage and compel an audience.

Having a passion for travel and culture, Rachel left her hometown of Cardiff to pursue studies and travel and after several years away, Rachel returned to Cardiff and firmly established herself within the development of Business News Wales. Rachel is now responsible for every aspect of web management, marketing and overall production of the Business News Wales brand.

Having learnt some invaluable skills within the marketing industry, Rachel is often called upon for her skills and knowledge of WordPress, HTML, email marketing software, Photoshop design and social media tools.

 

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