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Business News Wales Supports OiConf Digital Event as Media Sponsor


Business News Wales is proud to announce that it’s a media sponsor of OiConf – Europe’s fastest growing social and media mobile innovation conference. The event is taking place March 30th at City Hall, Cardiff.

Speakers from some of the largest organisations in the world will be addressing an audience of over a thousand people.  Google, Microsoft and Twitter are amongst the many sponsors. Confirmed speakers include Julian Wilson, Head of Mobile Innovation of Barclays, Joshua Saunders, Head of Technical and Creative of Warner Music UK and Tansim Bhuiyan, Head of Social (EMEA) of Yahoo.

Attendees can look forward to a free seminar, exhibition zone, masterclasses and the opportunity to make new contacts through networking.

Ashley R. Wheeler, Commercial Director, OiConf said:

“We are delighted to again be working with Business News Wales, they’ll be helping us galvanise some of Wales biggest and most exciting brands in driving digital excellence. 2017 is proving challenging for brands, as digital transformation takes grip brands are finding it harder to engage with consumers and drive business – OiConf with support from our partners is aiming to better equip key marketing stakeholders with the tools and knowledge to succeed.”

Mark Powney Managing Director of Business News Wales said:

“We are really pleased to be supporting this year’s OiConf. It is an inspirational digital platform where people can learn from the best in the industry. The calibre of exhibitors is impressive and visitors can expect a great day and enjoy the opportunity of making new contacts.”

The event starts at 8 am with coffee and introductions, then Tom Allerton, Innovation Director of We Are Social kinging off the talks with ‘The World Without Social Media’. There will then be a number of talks and master classes from industry leaders throughout the day, followed by an after party. For the full agenda please go to .

Tickets for the expo zone and seminar stage are free and an access all areas tickets to keynotes and masterclasses are £99 for the whole day.

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