Leeds Loves Search – free to attend SEO event 19/04

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  • March 5, 2018
Charlie Harris

Charlie Harris

Head of Marketing

    We’re pleased to announce that we will once again be running Leeds Loves Search as part of the upcoming Leeds Digital Festival, which kicks off on the 16th April and continues until the 27th April. The festival takes place over two a two-week period and looks to host over 100 digital events across Leeds.

    Leeds Loves Search is a free to attend, half-day mini conference, hosted by Branded3, where you will hear from leading digital marketers within Leeds. The conference follows on from the success of last year’s sell-out event, where we were joined by speakers from Epiphany, Home Agency and Blueclaw, with an audience of over 100 digital marketers at Headrow House.

    This year, we’re hosting the event at Duke Street Studios on the 19th April from 14.00 -17.00pm.

    You can register now and secure your space for free via this link.

    Speakers for this year’s event include:

    Arianne Donoghue – Paid Development Manager – Epiphany

    Having started off her digital career client side over a decade ago, Arianne has worked for both agencies and brands in-house, specialising in all things paid search. She is now back agency side, supporting on paid media digital strategy. A regular on the conference scene, she’s also an editor and contributor at popular site, State of Digital.

    Stephen Kenwright – Strategy Director – Branded3

    Stephen is Strategy Director at St. Ives Group-owned search agency, Branded3. His job, among other things, is to integrate search marketing into St. Ives’ 800-strong digital and innovation team. He also organises the north’s largest Search conference, SearchLeeds.

    Neill Horie – Head of Artificial Intelligence Optimisation – Home Agency

    Neill is Head of Artificial Intelligence Optimisation at The Home Agency, with a passion for making things clearer via organisation. To that end, he’s involved in projects in the hope that regardless of whether it’s a new website or an old product brochure, it’s clear what’s what.

    Emma Streets – Senior PR Manager – Hermes

    With more than 12 years’ experience in PR and later, social media, Emma has experienced the seismic shift from traditional media relations to the inception of digital media for brands first-hand.

    Emma has led national and international communications programmes for clients across FMCG, entertainment, fashion, automotive and not-for-profit sectors that incorporated brand launches, traditional PR and social media relations, event management and thought leadership campaigns. Today, Emma leads PR activity at Hermes, the second largest carrier in the UK and responsible for delivering more than 270 million parcels a year on behalf of 80% of the UK’s top retailers.

    Register for free here: