Kaizen Event: Join Us For ‘The Future of Content Marketing’ on May 10th 2018

You’re invited to the Future!

Please RVSP via email to events@wp2.kaizen.co.uk to register for one of the last few remaining FREE tickets.

Kaizen are delighted to invite you to our first event of the year, which will take guests on a journey into the Future of Content Marketing.

The Event

After our sell-out Breakfast Seminar, this event will be even more ambitious, with a focus on challenging your conceptions about content. We will also take the opportunity to launch our new brand vision, which reflects our effective approach in the marketing field.

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Agenda

  • 18:00     Meet & Greet
  • 19:00     Pete Campbell

Pete Campbell is the CEO and Founder of the award-winning Kaizen. He has worked with global brands including River Island, Symantec and 888.com on innovative content marketing campaigns, and is a regular speaker at digital marketing conferences including SMX, BrightonSEO and SASCon.

  • 19:20     Bobbi Brant

Bobbi is a Campaign Manager at Kaizen, focusing on a diverse range of brands. Bobbi is passionate about finding data and turning it into unique outreach campaigns. Her past experience includes speaking at industry events including SearchLondon, outREACH and BrightonSEO.

  • 20:00     Helena Langdon

As Head of Digital and Communities at innocent, it’s Helena Langdon’s job to entertain their fans on social channels, to attract new ones, and to listen to them when they have something to say. Helena leads innocent’s digital and customer service team, and does everything from writing tweets on the train on her way into work, to writing and producing campaigns across digital, outdoor and on TV, and pretty much everything in between.

  • 20:30     Lauren Razavi

Lauren is a Technology and Sustainability Journalist, and has her work featured in VICE, The Washington Post and The Guardian, amongst others. Her talk is entitled ‘The New Journalism? A Writer’s View on the Future of Content Marketing’ and will expose the other perspective of content marketing.

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The event floor will feature several of the advanced content channels discussed in our keynote speech, including opportunities for attendants to experience Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality – as well as other pioneering technologies.

Free drinks and canapés will be provided.

Please RVSP via email to events@wp2.kaizen.co.uk to register for one of the last few remaining FREE tickets.

Who We Are

At the forefront of the industry, Kaizen builds content strategies with unique data stories, managed by a team of research, design, PR and SEO specialists. Our work provides brands with earned links and high-end media coverage that generate exceptional performance and visibility growth.

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