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Get your ticket for Branded3′s Digital Futures Seminar!

Tickets are now on sale for our Digital Futures Seminar, a day of invaluable digital marketing tips and insights which will help delegates future-proof their SEO, Digital and Social Media strategies – and this time, we’re in London!

Offering an intimate alternative to big industry conferences, Branded3 Seminars bring together a small audience in front of a range of speakers from Branded3′s talented team, most of whom are reputable figures within the industry.

Taking place on Thursday 14th March at The Barbican in London, the Seminar boasts talks from Search expert Patrick Altoft, Branded3′s Head of Search Tim Grice, our Head of Creative & Social Andrew Machin and our new MD, Digital & Marketing specialist David Crawford.

This Seminar is a must-attend for any online marketers in all industries, with delegates receiving world-class advice for their Search, Social Media and Digital strategies.

Priced at only £95+VAT per attendee, a Digital Futures ticket includes all refreshments and lunch, providing incredible value for money with delegates taking plenty of tips and relevant insights away from the day.

You can take a look at the Digital Futures schedule here, where you can also book tickets. With the amount of actionable insights offered and the value for money, tickets tend to sell out fast for our Seminars so book you and your team a place now to avoid disappointment.
Book now!
If you have any other questions about the day, you can email seminars@branded3.com where we’ll be sure to get back to you.

By Felicity Crouch. at 11:58AM on Thursday, 07 Feb 2013

Felicity is Branded3’s Marketing Manager and develops and executes a creative marketing strategy for the agency to encourage new business. With a background in journalism and digital project management, Felicity manages a large number of marketing channels effectively to raise Branded3’s profile and facilitate the growth of the company. Follow Felicity Crouch on Twitter.

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