5 reasons to visit Marketing Week Live

The UK’s most reputable multi-disciplined marketing exhibition is just a week away. It doesn’t matter where you sit in the marketing industry – Marketing Week Live is a must attend for all.

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The two day event has industry leading speakers and an exhibition experience with solutions to your every marketing need. We’ll be there with a stand and insightful talks on both the Marketing Tech stage and the Brand Engagement & Innovation stage, so join us to get the latest update on marketing that really resonates.

Our top five reasons to attend Marketing Week Live:

1. Learn all about Branded Communities and the technology to power them

Get an insight into branded communities and what they can do for your business by joining our session in the Marketing Tech theatre 27th April. You’ll learn how to integrate consumers into your marketing strategy and how to power your community to deliver against strategic objectives – in a plannable and measurable way.

2. Experience collaborative marketing through the eyes of your consumers

Stop by stand MB25 to get a unique insight into a collaborative marketing campaign from the consumers’ perspective.

3. Meet a community whizz

Meet our community managers who moderate over 70,000 online comments, 80,000 user reports and countless emails every month, around the clock, and quiz them about how they spark authentic and natural dialogue between brands and their consumers.

4. Co-create a new bar of chocolate

At stand MB25 you will get a chance to try three mouth-wateringly delicious chocolates, not yet available on the market. Give us your opinion on the different flavours and packaging, and be part of product development.

5. Try the challenges in the MWL show app

This year’s show isn’t just about getting great insights and finding the best suppliers and solutions. MWL has added a fun element of gamification to their brand new show app: take part in the challenges during the event and win fantastic prizes!

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